Tugboat Preparing to Tow the USS Daniel I Sultan into Harbor at Vung Tau, Vietnam
William Carr Jr.
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"I took this from the rail. It shows the tug preparing to guide us into the harbor at Vung Tau, S. Vietnam. My Brigade shipped to Nam on the USS Daniel I Sultan, a WWII troop ship. Took us 3 weeks with a few hours stopover on Okinawa. Rough seas all the way. Lost one man the night we sailed from Okinawa. Don't know what happened. The ship circled, in the dark for a time looking for him." Photo and comment by William Carr Jr.
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