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I remember dropping 55 Gal barrels of Agent Orange off or helicopter (Chinooks) in the jungles surrounding Chu Lai, 68-69.

132nd Assault Support Helicopter Co., (call sign Hercules), 1st Aviation Brigade, 23rd Infantry (Americal) Division, 68-69 Chu Lai.

Yes,I know they opened the new tower. My family andI was there last year and went up to the new one. I still think the old one looked better than whats up there now.

Tôi là người Việt Nam và đây là nơi tôi đang sống nó đã thay đổi rất nhiều, nơi ông chụp bức hình này có lẽ là sân bay thời đó nhưng bây giờ nó đã trở thành quảng trường nơi để kỉ niệm ngày quê hương tôi được giải phóng. Ông đã từng sống ở đây? I am a Vietnam and this is where I 'm living it has changed a lot , where he took this photo was probably airports that time but now it has become the place to square celebrate my hometown liberate, release, free. He used to live here ?

These trees were damaged by a beetle infestation which has taken a significant toll throughput this region on these conifers.

Thank you mr. Vnvetester for your quick response thank you again Greetings Jaap Ruigendijk

I was assigned to HHD 22nd Repl Bn when the unit formed in Fort Lewis in early '66. Ret'd to CONUS 4/68. We came ovber by troop ship and debarked in Cam Ranh. I had NO experience with telephone poles but Burdick and I learned, gaffed out a couple times ans set up our initial landlines.

That's Grayson, not Geayson.

Neat pictures of the Oldtown bridge. I used to live in Greenup County and once shot a roll of slides of the bridge.

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