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    Lao,Hmong and American veterans Memorial

    Post by Admin on September 9th 2008, 7:55 pm


    Lee Lue is the best Hmong T 28 bomber

















    Hmong C I A is the best fighter in the World. American hunting dog K9 was the best in South Indochina.











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    Re: Lao,Hmong and American veterans Memorial

    Post by Tojxeem on September 30th 2008, 11:08 am


    Lao,Hmong and American Veterans Memorial


    Lao,Hmong and American veterans Memorial


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    Re: Lao,Hmong and American veterans Memorial

    Post by Guest on September 30th 2008, 5:27 pm

    Peb Hmoob nyob rau tom qab ua peb tau muab lawv tso pov tseg yam tsi tiv rov qab mus cawm tau lawv li lawm.



    Thov Nej pab hlub cov kwv tij no thiab. Peb hnov qab lawv tau twb yuavmuaj ib tiam neeg.



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    Re: Lao,Hmong and American veterans Memorial

    Post by Guest on October 4th 2008, 7:41 pm

    Looj ceeb,yog peb hmoob lub tebchaws



    Looj Ceeb yog peb hmoob lub chaws txoos,peb khev tuaj lawm tso peb lub tebchaws ua hav zoov tag.



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    Re: Lao,Hmong and American veterans Memorial

    Post by Tojxeem on October 8th 2008, 4:34 pm


    Lauj Kiab Toom



    Lauj kiab Toom, yog peb Hmoob ib tus zoo thawj coj,thov caws sawv daws tuaj saib taus.


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    Re: Lao,Hmong and American veterans Memorial

    Post by Guest on October 11th 2008, 8:23 pm

    Pha Nyas Tub Be Ly Fong

    Lauj Kiab Toom, yog Pha Nyas Tub Be Ly Fong Tus dab laug.


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    Re: Lao,Hmong and American veterans Memorial

    Post by Guest on November 19th 2008, 7:34 pm

    Hmong Lao,American Veteran. Luang Pha Bang








    Nej nyem ntawm daim duab,mus saib duab ntau daim. Hmong Lao,American Veteran

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    Re: Lao,Hmong and American veterans Memorial

    Post by Guest on November 19th 2008, 7:54 pm

    American feft 1000 of K9 hunting dog in the Jungle of Laos


    Nej nyem ntawm daim duab,mus saib duab ntau daim. Hmong Lao,American Veteran


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    Re: Lao,Hmong and American veterans Memorial

    Post by Guest on November 21st 2008, 8:14 am

    Lao,Hmong and American Veteran.Thov niam ntawm daim duab?


    Nej nyem ntawm daim duab,mus saib duab ntau daim. Hmong Lao,American Veteran


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    Re: Lao,Hmong and American veterans Memorial

    Post by Guest on November 21st 2008, 8:25 am


    Yawg Hlob Nais Phoos Vaj Pov,


    Vaj Pov yog tawj tub rog nyob rau paj 2. Nws yog Hmoob thawj tug nom hmoob muaj lub peev xwm heev.Nws taus sawv lo nrog American C I A tawm lub tswv yim los tiv thaiv peb daim av hmoob.

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    Re: Lao,Hmong and American veterans Memorial

    Post by Guest on November 21st 2008, 8:28 am


    Vang Pao & Kong Le


    Vaj Pov yog tawj tub rog nyob rau paj 2. Nws yog Hmoob thawj tug nom hmoob muaj lub peev xwm heev.Nws taus sawv lo nrog American C I A tawm lub tswv yim los tiv thaiv peb daim av hmoob.

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    Re: Lao,Hmong and American veterans Memorial

    Post by Guest on December 3rd 2008, 7:05 pm

    Saib tau Nais koos Txawj Kawm Muas thiab Caub Kheej Ntshuab Pov Yaj.

    Nai Koos Txwj Kawm muas,Caub Kheej Ntshuab Pov Yaj


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    Re: Lao,Hmong and American veterans Memorial

    Post by Guest on December 3rd 2008, 7:55 pm

    Lub nrog Nasxus no,yog muaj ob tug nom xws li, Nais Koos Txwj Kawm Muas Thiab Caub Kheej Ntshuab Pov Yaj yog ob tug Tswj hauv lub Nroog no.


    Nov yog Nais Koos Txawj Kawm Muas thiab Caub Kheej Ntshuab Pov Yaj.


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    Re: Lao,Hmong and American veterans Memorial

    Post by Guest on December 6th 2008, 7:45 am

    Hi,NkaujNtxuam. Yog lawm ma, we are hmong but we have no support then wha? I know,we will never give up but we can't.


    936: Raise and fall of Chongtou Lo (Txoov Tub Lauj), son of Lo Bliayao (Lauj Npliaj Yob), to take over his father's duties as Kaitong (Kiab toom) ("Canton": political district). However, due to his ineffectiveness, he was replaced by his brother-in-law, Ly Foung (Lis Foom). Ly Foung's ascension to the position of Kaitong would eventually lead to clan conflict, the Lo Clan against the Ly Clan

    1938: Appointment by French Administration of Touby Lyfoung (Tub Npis Lis Foom), son of the Ly Foung as the Kaitong.
    1943: Arrival of Japanese troupes in Laos. Hmong two most powerful clans, the clan Ly/Lyfoung (lead by Touby Lyfoung, son of Ly Foung and nephew of Lo Blia Yao) and the Lo/Lobliayao (Lead by the Faydang Lobliayao (Faiv Ntaj Lauj Npliaj Yob), Lo Bliayao's son and Touby Lyfoung's uncle) fought for Lo Bliayao's political position of "Kaitong" in the District of Non Het in the Province of Xieng Khouang, Laos. The Ly/Lyfoung was supporters of the French colonialists and the Lo/Lobliayao, of the Japanese invaders: the end of the World War II divided the Hmong community into two fractions. The Ly/Lyfoung remained in Laos and supported the Lao royal regime. As for the Lo/Lobliayao, they fled to Vietnam where they joined the Pathet Lao, ally of the Vietnamese communist movement.


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    Re: Lao,Hmong and American veterans Memorial

    Post by Guest on December 9th 2008, 5:10 pm


    Nej saib tau cov duab no, nej pua nco txog lub caij ua sawv daws khiav kev sib ntau sib tuas nyob rau plog.




    Nov yog lub dav laug tseem tab tom thaum cov hmoob no mus rau Vientiane ..

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    Ravens Part 1 through 5 (Hmong documentary)

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    Re: Lao,Hmong and American veterans Memorial

    Post by Guest on December 16th 2008, 2:59 pm


    Tub Liab Lis Foom,Tub Bee Lis Foom,Caub Moos Neej Thoob,Kos los noel Lis Ntshuab Vaj, ib cov tsi paub Npe lawm.




    Thov Nej saib tau peb cov qub nom yav tag los.


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    Re: Lao,Hmong and American veterans Memorial

    Post by Guest on March 19th 2009, 5:13 pm

    Hmong Lao,American Veteran.Thov niam ntawm daim duab?




    Nej nyem ntawm daim duab,mus saib duab ntau daim. Hmong Lao,American Veteran


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    T-28 D_Cambodian

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    C_ 47

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    Re: Lao,Hmong and American veterans Memorial

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    The RLAF mainly used the UH-34 as his standard medium helicopter. This machine was seen at Luang Prabang in 1970. At that date, dozen of them was in service, a figure that rose to 43 in 1973. (Photo credit: Roger Routin via Albert Grandolini)


    It was only in May that the RLAF T-28s began to restore their operational capability. They even scored a spectacular victory that boosted the morale of his pilots. A convoy of North Vietnamese tanks and trucks had been surprised in open terrain in Plain of Jars and attacked. The T-28s knocked out two tanks and five trucks. After spending all of their ammunition, they then called in a flight of USAF F-4Cs and led them to the target. The Phantoms claimed two additional tanks destroyed and two other damaged.

    In August 1965, the RLAF T-28 force was again fully operationnal with some 27 aircraft on strenght, including 3 RT-28s. Under the command the Brigadier General Thao Ma, the RLAF increased dramatically its sorties rate. Thao Ma had also converted several C-47s into bombers as well as gunship to defend the RLAF bases at night, as these came under increasing pressure from enemy sappers. After the sunset the T-28s would be grounded leaving the bases open to communist attacks, but the modified RLAF C-47 gunships, armed with .50 Cal machine guns, proved very successful in keeping the communists away. The converted bombers were fitted with a curved roller system out of the side door that allowed the dropping of ten 250lb bombs. This practice was, despite a considerable success, eventually stopped as other Lao generals complained bitterly that their C-47s were removed from the task of smuggling drugs for them. Behaviour like this was causing quite some quarrels within the Laotian military establishment: Gen. Ma, for example, opposed the transfer of his headquarters from Wattay to Savannakhet, feeling this would remove him much to far away from the center of the power. Ma, a former paratrooper, one of the first Lao T-6 and then T-28 pilots and the Commander of the RLAF since 1961, was a charismatic person, actually a true warrior, excellent and aggressive pilot, well-liked by most of RLAF and also US-pilots, and despite his mixed Lao-Vietnamese heritage a true Laotian patriot. Initially a fierce opponent of foreign presence in Laos, with the time he developed into the most powerful proponent of the US military assistance. His popularity within the Royal Laotian military grew to a degree where most of the other higher officers were endlessly jealous to a point where some of them were organising attempts against his life. Gen. Ma knew that, for example, the Hmong General Vang Pao was sponsored by the CIA with an extensive secret base at Long Tieng, and that the Air America and RLAF transports were used to support Paos Xieng Khouang Air Transport in shifting raw opium. He also knew that there were frequent quarrels between different generals and local warlords because of opium consignements.

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    Air American_C-7 Caribou

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    Another Air America much-used aircraft was the De Haviland C-7 Caribou. Its STOL capability was well adapted for the small Laotian airstrips. In March 1970 several of them were even turned on makeshift bomber by dropping barrels of Napalm against the advancing North Vietnamese on the Plain of Jars. (Photo credit: Albert Grandolini Collection)

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    T-28 fighter-bomber

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    The CIA began to recruit Hmongs to train them as pilots at the end of 1966. If most of them were graduated only as observers to fly with the RLAF/RAVEN FACs, some of them become pilots, including seven who were qualified on T-28 fighter-bomber. Among them was Lee Lu, a former elementary school teacher, who becomes an exceptional flier. He was always willing to accept the most difficult missions and his bombing accuracy was impressive. He quickly rose to command the Wattays T-28 squadron but preferred to be detached at Long Tieng, the Hmong Headquarter. He became a sort of national hero for the tribesmen. His legend even spread to the other allied airmen based in Thailand and involved in the air war in northern Laos. He seemed to have never enough, flying up from eight to ten sorties per day! Unfortunately as many RLAF T-28 pilot, he was shot down and killed after 18 months of intensive aerial operations. (Photo credit: Albert Grandolini Collection)

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    Lee Lue is Hmong Hero,Lee Lue Yog Hmoob tus Phab Ej



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    Re: Lao,Hmong and American veterans Memorial

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    Admin wrote:

    Lee Lue is the best Hmong T 28 bomber





















    Hmong C I A is the best fighter in the World. American hunting dog K9 was the best in South Indochina.


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    Re: Lao,Hmong and American veterans Memorial

    Post by Vajhuamsibluag on March 9th 2010, 8:55 pm

    Kuv xav, yog VP txais lub July 22 xyoo 1995 ces tavno cov qub tubrog SGU tau noj lawm los tsis paub thiab. Tsamno cov Lao Veteran thiab cov SGU ho yog neeg sib txawv licas?

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    Hais rau nej tsoom nyeem lub web site no paub hais tias, July 22, 1995 tsis yog ib hnub tshua ntawm tsoom Hmoob thojnam. July 22, 1995 yog ib hnub tseem ceeb ntawm cov Hmoob Colorado xwb, hnub ntawd yog hnub cov Hmoob Colorado ua lub koobtsheej rau Lao-Hmong American Coalition. Cov neeg Hmoob no yog cov txhawb nqa Nplog liab tua Hmoob havzoov los txog rau tam sim no. Vim li ntawd, VP thiaj tsis koom lawv.

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    Post by Guest on April 12th 2010, 9:00 pm

    ssvongde wrote:Hais rau nej tsoom nyeem lub web site no paub hais tias, July 22, 1995 tsis yog ib hnub tshua ntawm tsoom Hmoob thojnam. July 22, 1995 yog ib hnub tseem ceeb ntawm cov Hmoob Colorado xwb, hnub ntawd yog hnub cov Hmoob Colorado ua lub koobtsheej rau Lao-Hmong American Coalition. Cov neeg Hmoob no yog cov txhawb nqa Nplog liab tua Hmoob havzoov los txog rau tam sim no. Vim li ntawd, VP thiaj tsis koom lawv.
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    Welcome, zoosiab koj tuaj qhia ma. Lawv cov tso tej duab no ces lawv tsua tso rau sawv daws saib xwb. Qhov tiag ces lawv los yeej tsi paub txog tej nom tswv tej kev lawv honor SGU Lao, Hmong and American Veteran li os.

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    Cov phooj ywg, nej los peb saib Hmong SGU Veteran o?

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    Cov phooj ywg, nej los peb saib Hmong SGU Veteran o?


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