General Gilles stopped by the road to order cognac and soda. The soldiers carried the jeep from a jeep to a tent, folding bed, and a field rifle. Gilles’ father did not rush. He decided to devote three full days to establishing the headquarters of the campaign: surrounded by a protective belt of platoon or battalion points that could support each other, in the middle was the artillery position. Let the evening be-gin poster. General Gilles thought that at this time the Viet Minh, located on the banks of the Day River, knew that the French army would come to Lai Cac as the center of their logistics base and that they would come.