The title is a bit misleading as there is a big difference between the biggest and last battle of French Indochina '54 and when the US started 'actively' in Vietnam in '65.Two-Fisted Tales #40 (1954), "Dien Bien Phu," art by John Severin, written by John Putnam. The whole comic in the link.
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Its pretty bad so I don't suggest anyone to read it
“Who am I?” The legend of the French Foreign Legion, Kang Chan! During the African war, he was called ‘God of Blackfield’ by his enemies who were left in awe of him. However, during a mission to kill Masallan, the brain behind Sunni terrorist group SISS, Chan was killed in action by a bullet to the back. As his vision got blurry, he saw his thirteen team members, who had absolute faith in him, getting killed one after another. As he lost consciousness, he was saved by a mysterious power and woke up 3 years later in South Korea. However, he was in the body of another ‘Kang Chan’, a 19-year-old high school boy who was being bullied at school. Kang Chan’s journey to get revenge on the traitor, and to find out the truth behind his rebirth, begins now!
Did she ever get a legion pension Joseph?A little piece of legion history to add if I may? His driver during the Bir Hakeim siege was the only woman to have a legion Matricle. She went on to accompany the legion in Indochina and a married an adjudant chef. She was a Brit by the name of Suzanne Travers. I've actually seen her file in the museum when I was working there.