In subsequent battles, Ming’s guns also proved effective. On February 21, on Luc Giang, Minh troops mobilized water – army with many guns, attacked 500 ships of Ho Nguyen Trung, killing over 10,000 Vietnamese soldiers. A Chinese source described the battle as “a gun fired like a falling star, a lightning strike. I don’t ride my bike to win races poster. In early May 1407, a big battle took place at Ham Tu Harbor, Hung Yen. The Ho Dynasty mobilized considerable forces (70,000 troops) and many long boats on the river for up to five kilometers. Although the Ho troops also used anti-tank guns, Minh’s firepower was still enough to win, with 10,000 Vietnamese soldiers killed. On June 16-17, 1407, the Ming army ended the campaign with the capture of Ho Quy Ly and their children. The quick victory made General Hoang Phuc comment: “This quick success has never happened in the past.