Company area. Left to right; band trailer, motor pool, bunker, hootch, guys playing cards or something, band hall in back.
Gary Branson and Kila, me, Terry Henson and Bill Hattendorf (left to right).
Cleaning mud off the wooden planks during rainy season.
Kila - one of our dogs.
Band hall and two duece and a half trucks ready for MEDCAP. We took an M-60 machine gun on one or both trucks, M-16's, ammo, flack jackets, hard helmets.
Tu. I don't think she was Viet Cong. But we never knew for sure.
Sunset along the perimeter, overlooking Bac Ha.
Terry Henson and me doing one of our other jobs. DRO - Dining Room Orderly in the Officer's mess hall. Great job that I got to do near the end of my tour of duty.
Moon over the Class I yard (supply).
Vo Thi Hue. She worked in the officer's mess hall. She was also called Go-By.
Another shot of the moon over the Class I yard.
Rich Borden (with garbage can), Scott Koempel (flexing) and Morris Kuhn on garbage detail. Not sure who the guy with the hat is.
We called this bamboo tree our yum-yum tree. We'd bring chairs out and sit under it in the evenings talking, drinking and often smoking you know what.
Morris Kuhn and Rich Borden on trash run.
Sunset along the perimeter of base camp.
Kila and her pups.
Kila. She really was a good dog. I think we had three dogs most of the time I was in Vietnam. They were all good dogs.
Cindy Lou, another one of our dogs.
Tu. She was one of our hootch girls. She cleaned our hootches for us, shined our boots and other chores in the company area.