October 28

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Vietnam War

Oct 28, 1964:

U.S. officials deny any involvement in bombing of North Vietnam.

U.S. T-28 airplanes flown by Thai pilots bomb and strafe North Vietnamese villages in the Mugia Pass area. North Vietnam charged publicly that U.S. personnel participated in the raids, but U.S. officials denied that any Americans were involved.

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