via ABC Columbia, 10 Dec 2019: A rare story that takes us to the other side of the world. Archaeologists in South Carolina are investigating what is thought to be a training village for warfare in the Vietnam-American war.
By uncovering more about this mock village, historians will be able to explore how the Army trained soldiers during the Vietnam-Era. They’re guessing this training area was used in the mid-60’s to early 70’s.
“We’ll take the information that we gather and sort of see if there were other villages out here, if we can find those, and how this compares to those with what’s left architecturally,” said Young.