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The Vàm Cỏ River (sông Vàm Cỏ) is a river in Vietnam, south of Ho Chi Minh City. It joins the Soài Rạp in the Cần Giờ Mangrove Forest and is fed by two shallow tributaries, the Vàm Cỏ Tay (west) and Vàm Cỏ Dong (east) forming a V.
- Thomas J. Cutler Brown Water, Black Berets: Coastal and Riverine Warfare in Vietnam, Page 296 - 2000. "The Vam Co River, which flows south of Saigon, joining the Soi Rap in the Rung Sat Special Zone, is fed by two tributaries, the Vam Co Tây (west) and Vam Co Đông (east). These two tributaries, both navigable by patrol craft, form a V..."
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