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Battle of Prey Veng

Battle of Prey Veng
Part of Vietnam War
Date June 15, 1970
Location Prey Veng Province, Cambodia
Result Anti-communist victory
Belligerents
Vietnam People's Army
Viet Cong
Army of the Republic of Vietnam
Cambodian Army
Strength
3,000 Unknown
Casualties and losses
110 ARVN 13 killed
37 wounded

The Battle of Prey Veng was part of the Army of the Republic of Vietnam's (ARVN) campaign in Cambodia. It took place in Prey Veng Province on June 15, 1970, where ARVN and Cambodian troops battled the Vietnam People's Army and Vietcong forces. It ended with an anti-communist victory.

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