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Game Compents
One 11" x 17" map
6 page rules book
1 Player Aid Card
44 double sided unit counters

Shipping not included

Mounted counters are available for an additional $5

Game Credits:
Game Design: Paul Rohrbaugh Graphics: Bruce Yearian
Editing: Lisa Rohrbaugh
Playtesting: Cheryl Cziryak-Hamer, Mike Gallo, Lee Hamer, and Jack Scardina

The Battle of Tra Binh Dong
February 14-15, 1966

TILL DARKNESS GOES: The Battle of Tra Binh Dong is an introductory level wargame on the first large-scale fight waged by the forces of the Republic of Korea in Vietnam. A reinforced battalion of the ROK's 2nd Marine Brigade (Blue Dragons) occupied a fortified, oval shaped redoubt that guarded a crucial crossroads in Quang Ngai province. Frustrated with pursuing the elusive Viet Cong in the surrounding jungle, the Korean Marines set a trap by constructing their position in close proximity to the jungles and away from the roads they were charged with protecting, with them as bait. The Korean commander hoped to lure the VC into attacking their position in order to get the enemy into the open for a conventional fight.

The Koreans got their wish in the late night hours of February 14th when two full North Vietnamese battalions attacked with Viet Cong support. It was a savage and bloody fight that lasted to nearly 8:00 AM on the 15th that could have gone either way. In the end the Korean Marines emerged victorious, and would go on to dominate the region, garnering a reputation as fierce warriors to be engaged with caution and respect.

Game components will consist of one, 11" x 17" inch area map, 44 unmounted, double sided counters, one Player Aid Card, and 6 pages of rules.

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