1968: The Grim Us Tank Battles for Vietnam

Amidst the tumultuous backdrop of 1968, the Vietnam War witnessed some of the most intense and brutal tank battles in its history. The fighting reached a fever pitch as the Tet Offensive, launched by North Vietnamese forces, escalated the conflict to unprecedented levels. On the front lines, U.S. tank crews found themselves thrust into fierce engagements, maneuvering through dense jungles, rice paddies, and urban areas, their M48 Patton and M60 tanks facing off against North Vietnamese T-54 and PT-76 tanks. These battles tested the limits of armor, firepower, and courage, leaving behind a trail of wrecked vehicles and fallen soldiers as the conflict dragged on relentlessly.