Approaching the Landing Zone (LZ). Photo by Dennis Summers who was a Chief Warrant Officer (CWO) with the "Slicks" Platoon. 1969-1970, Scout Platoon, D Troop, 1st Squadron, 1st Cavalry Regiment. 1969-1970. Courtesy of Mike Gustin.
August, 1968: "Taking a break some where south Vietnam this would have been a couple of weeks before coming home. possible around the Bong Song Plains. May be Landing Zone (LZ) Saber.?" -Danny Fort. Photo by Danny Fort.
Left to right, Lieutenant Colonel Runkle, Bn Commander, Sergeant Major "Top" Fowler and Captain Dan Terry, Company Commander for Charlie company of the 1/5 CAV on April 3, 1968 at Landing Zone (LZ) Stud preparing for Operation Pegasus support. "On April 4, 1968, Lieutenant Colonel Runkle was KIA when his CC UH-1D Huey was shot down. On May 4,1968 Sergeant Major "Top" Fowler was KIA. About a week after I took this slide Captain Terry was wounded by 5 AK-47 rounds and wounds from a North Vietnamese Army (NVA) mortar. Captain Terry survived his wounds." -Vietnam Veteran. Photo by Bennie E. Gene Koon.
Landing Zone (LZ) Stud getting ready for support for Operation Pegasus, the relief of Khe Sanh. Captain Dan Terry on the right was company commander for Charlie company of the 1/5 CAV. Photo by Bennie E. Gene Koon.