Camp Eagle (Vietnam)
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3rd Brigade, 82nd Airborne Division
101st Airborne Division
From February–August 1968, the 3rd Brigade, 82nd Airborne Division (February–August 1968) comprising
- 1st Battalion, 505th Infantry:158
- 2nd Battalion, 505th Infantry:159
- 1st Battalion, 508th Infantry:160
was based here to support post-Tet Offensive operations.
The base was named "Camp Eagle" when the 101st Airborne Division moved their headquarters here in March 1969.
The 1st Brigade, 101st Airborne was based at Camp Eagle from December 1969 until December 1971,:156 when the following units were detached and remained at the base:
- 1st Battalion, 327th Infantry (November 1971-January 1972):156
- 2nd Battalion, 327th Infantry (January–April 1972):156
The 3rd Brigade, 101st Airborne was based at Camp Eagle from September 1970-February 1971 and finally from May–December 1971.:159
The base is abandoned and turned over to farmland, light industry and housing.
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