Serving in Military Region II
from Hmong & Kmhmu* Tribes
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to the Hill Tribe Pilots
their valor, their courage,
& their personal sacrifices.
V.P. and his fellow countrymen
felt the War was in his country
his lands and did not want to have
the deaths of American allies on his hands ...
General Vang Pao (V.P.) was engaged in a
ground war against numerical superior odds from both the North Vietnamese Army
(N.V.A.) and his own country's Communist politically aligned "Pathet Lao" (P.L.).
For more historical notes related to the Hmong and other Hill Tribes
sacrifices and the Secret War, please read
* John Sayavong is from the Hill Tribe Kmhmu and provided this list of valiant pilots.
LTC Vang Wangyee
LVA National President
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Former CIA Director William Colby testified before US Congress that there was 70,000 North Vietnamese Army inside Laos to fight against the Hmong Special Guerrilla Units, so there were total of 100,000 NVA troops fought against the Hmong who was the closest allies to the United States of America, the Hmong lost over 35,000 young men and women in that war, over 50,000 wounded and over 2,500 missing in actions stated Ltc. Wangyee Vang, former Chief Personnel of the 1st Strike Division Infantry which was commanded by Major General Vang Pao.. For more on such statements, please visit "Wings over Laos" Tribute Page "We owe the Hmong and Lao more then we can ever repay." - from the Speech of Mr. Paul Payne, U.S. Special Forces in Laos.
Laos: In Memory of Pilots
during the War in Laos
Photo Tribute Page of "A few of the brave, bold Lao Pilots.."
on the face of the earth in "Tragic Mountains"!
against far superior numerical odds of NVA Regulars and their Neutral (Laos) Nation
Allies during the Wars fought in Southeast Asia (SEA)
- air support provided primarily by a bunch of guys known as the "Ravens"
with a "supporting cast" of Air America Pilots and even U.S.A.F. Personnel!
Mr. John Sayavong, Kmhmu Tribe
On-going Services Supervisor
CalWorks Wk. Phone (714) 834-8842
Santa Ana Work Center
1000 E. Santa Ana Blvd., Suite 300
Santa Ana, CA 92702-2025
First Two Trained Hmong Pilots for V.P.'s Air Force
Normal Crocker's T-28 Site
U.S.A.F. T-28 Losses
Khmer (Cambodian) Air Force
More about the Secret War
Hmong become Refugees from their own lands...
The Refugee Experience
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Hmong - Today in the U.S.A.
A day in the life of a Hmong living in Minnesota, or Hometown, U.S.A.
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