The conflict in Vietnam was one of the longest, most brutal, and eventually most publicly recognized wars after WWII. It was a time of great change around the world, and was particularly felt by the the countries involved in the occupation and conflict of this region of Southeast Asia. Media and politics found new footholds, cultures clashed on nearly infinite levels, the Jet Age had finally come into its own and the race for growth and development seemed to yield unlimited possibilities, ground warfare found itself in unfamiliar territory as tried and true tactics and equipment suddenly became clumsy and awkward, and naval fleets advanced into previously unthinkable power and lethality. This campaign is intended to raise and further the awareness of the Vietnam conflict post WWII and to remember those who served and died on all sides in this remote region of the world, as well as to foster the learning of new skills and techniques for modeling on all levels.
In this installment we will be extending the parameters to include the restructuring of Vietnam as well as both French and Japanese Imperialistic expansion/occupation and the turmoil that ensued during the 1930's and 1940's.
The Rules and Regs
-An emphasis on any subject matter from 1930-1975, we are extending the time period to include all conflict from French and Japanese Imperialist expansion prior to WWII to the last U.S. military units to pull out in the 1970's.
-Any scale is acceptable.
-Multiple builds are encouraged, but not required.
-Dioramas and vignettes are encouraged, but not required.
-I will consider previous builds if there is considerable work done to create and insert it into a diorama/vignette, or to rebuild or modify the build for this campaign. Please feel free to contact me first.
-One in progress photo and one finished photo for the campaign gallery. Additional photos are encouraged, but not required.
Each person who enlists in this campaign and meets the requirement will receive the ribbon for this campaign. Only one ribbon awarded per person.