This scenario was created in honor of Patrick O'Shea, his chariot the RA-5C, and his service to Harpoon.
Author: Tony Eischens
Invaluable Assistance by: Brad Leyte
"The juxtaposition of American air might against the Thanh Hoa Bridge, fearfully known as the Ham Rong or Dragon's Jaw bridge, may become, if it hasn't already, the arch-symbol of the air war against the North Vietnamese. Destruction of the bridge became an intense obsession of American military planners. The Vietnamese, obsessing no less, fought to preserve the bridge, which for them had become the supreme symbol of their resistance to American air power. It's not without plausibility then that the destruction of this sacred symbol by the Americans may have been more important than the destruction of the structure itself."
By Gary W. Foster