Vietnam War Guns A-Team is recruiting members for a special
operations near you.
Read below to find out who are actively recruited and fill out
the form to contact us.
* Banner Team
By posting one of our banners to your website you will qualify
for permanent and cumulative 5% discount, bi-monthly raffle
of free merchandise and will receive complementary website linking
at Vietnam War Guns.
Requirements for websites
Your website must be independent domain (ie. Vietnamwar.com).
Free hosting services websites can be sometimes accepted,
but only if the popularity and content qualifies it
* Re-Enactor Team
Re-enactors whose organization is registered with us will receive
cumulative 10% discount as long as the organization is active
(ie. maintains internet presence). Registered organizations
are also drawn to our bi-monthly raffle of free merchandise.
* Event Organizers
Every year we sponsor selected Vietnam War related events. Event
participants and organizers receive benefits from Vietnam War
Guns such as discounts and free merchandise. You can apply for
sponsorship at any time. Sponsored events will be also strongly
featured at our site.
* Media Producers
Does your organization need Vietnam War related firearms or
their replicas for latest production? Or would your organization
be interested of mutual promotion? Contact us to learn more
about ways we can assist you.
* VWG Positions
No open positions at the moment.
A-team Sign Up Form
US Army Green
Beret A-Teams and a Vietnam War
A-Team is a still a actively used term for 12-man detachment of US
Army Special Forces (aka Green Berets) in which each member is a
specialist of his own trade (communications, medic, weapons, etc.)
and at least NCO in rank. The team is fully capable of operating
behind enemy lines and its main purpose is to raise counter
insurgency force or aid one already existing. In Vietnam War
A-Teams operated in extremely remoted locations in Vietnam and
Laos with counterparties such as CIDG strike forces and indigenous
mountrain tribesmen Montagnards. A-Teams and local indineous
forces lead by them were often a thorn in side of the VC and NVA
who, in bizarre nature of Vietnam War, had tables suddenly turned
on them by skilled low resource guerrilla-type forces while in
meantime somewhere else n Vietnam they were engaged by firepower
reliant high resource consuming conventional forces.