This is Nutter Field House, not Baker Theater.
I got in country 2-1-68 as an E-2 rank and was transferred to Chu lai 178th co. about 2 wks. later. I spent the first 3 mos. on the line in maint. but signed up for crew chief and then on to a flt eng. which was very cool. I replaced Smoot on 466 who ETS'd around 1-1-69 and another name is Driscol out of Mt. so if any of you good old boys want to catch up firstname.lastname@example.org. This flt. line could have been either one. GOOD MEMORIES
You have so many beautiful photo's. Thanks for your comment's to my photo's.
Wow! Greetings from Manila.
Nice photo! Greetings from Manila.
Did you return this place (My Lai) after war ?
Your picture is so nice, but I would want to know What US troop Unit based on The Đuc Pho Base(from 1967-1973)
I was stationed at Fort Leonard Wood for basic training in 1973. Looks like things have changed quite a bit since then. There is however one thing that remains the same, lots of red brick.
Thanks Walter, Cave Run is a beautiful place.
Hello jerrykap! I was in the tower on the ocean when all hell broke loose on January 31, 1968. I still have a piece of shrapnal that came from the ammo dump. Several rockets fell short, one hit but did not explode and another hit MAG16 next door. That was probably the worse night of my life up to that point. The best morning I ever saw was us still standing when the sun came up! I was in the USN and was responsible for the security of the fuel farm that night. Alive and well in Waterford michigan email@example.com