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19th TASS

Back-in-the day

With the 25th US Infantry Division and attached units there were FACs assigned at Cu Chi in the following order. At Division Level, an ALO and three OPSOS, one for reconnaissance, one for fighter operations, and one for airlift. Their callsigns were Cottonmouth 1, 2, 3, and 4 respectively. With the 3/4 Cavalry, there was one FAC with the callsign Cottonmouth 10. With the 1st Brigade, there were two ALOs and three FACs with the callsigns Cottonmouth 11, 12, 13, 14, and 15. With the 2nd Brigade there were two ALOs with the callsigns Cottonmouth 21 and 22. With the 1/5th Mechanized Battalion there was one FAC with the callsign Cottonmouth 25. With the 1/27th Battalion there was one FAC with the callsign Cottonmouth 23. With the 1/69th Armored Battalion there was one FAC with the callsign Cottonmouth 61.
KristolTony
Copyright©2018 Tony Kristol

19th TASS

Back-in-the day

With the 25th US Infantry Division and attached units there were FACs assigned at Cu Chi in the following order. At Division Level, an ALO and three OPSOS, one for reconnaissance, one for fighter operations, and one for airlift. Their callsigns were Cottonmouth 1, 2, 3, and 4 respectively. With the 3/4 Cavalry, there was one FAC with the callsign Cottonmouth 10. With the 1st Brigade, there were two ALOs and three FACs with the callsigns Cottonmouth 11, 12, 13, 14, and 15. With the 2nd Brigade there were two ALOs with the callsigns Cottonmouth 21 and 22. With the 1/5th Mechanized Battalion there was one FAC with the callsign Cottonmouth 25. With the 1/27th Battalion there was one FAC with the callsign Cottonmouth 23. With the 1/69th Armored Battalion there was one FAC with the callsign Cottonmouth 61.