Sand-bag And Barbed-wire Defenses Protecting The RAAF Zone
Sand-bag and barbed-wire defenses protecting the RAAF zone of the Australian base at Vung Tau in 1966. Australian Airfield Defense Guards constructed, maintained, and manned these positions, and carried out patrols beyond them.
MP desk blotter, LZ English, (Landing Zone English, also known as English Airfield, LZ Dog, LZ English or simply Bong Son) is a former U.S. Army base in Bồng Sơn, Bình Định Province, Vietnam. The base was located along Highway 1 approximately 82 km northwest of Qui Nhơn.) 1969. "I was sick as a dog with dysentery. This is in the MP Squad hootch, LZ North English." Photo and comment by Jerry W. Colwell
Pig 6 on short final, Sanford Army Airfield, Long Binh, Vietnam, 1972. "They were a lot easier to fly than Huey's, better yet the bad guys didn't waste ammo shooting at us." -Vietnam Veteran. Photo by Tom Everhart.
Famous Cobra Helicopter at Least for Scout Platoon, D-Troop, 1st Squadron, 1st Cavalry Regiment
Cobra "Mighty Mouse." Photo by Jim Lundy, a Cobra pilot a Scout Door Gunner with the Scout Platoon, D-Troop, 1st Squadron, 1st Cavalry Regiment. 1969-1970. Courtesy of Mike Gustin. http://www.dtroop.com/
Medical, Iroquois Helicopter Preparing to Land on Military Airfield
A medical Iroquois helicopter preparing to land on military airfield. Photo by Bill Foster who served with the "Blues" D-Troop, 1st Squadron, 1st Cavalry Regiment. Nov. 1970-Aug. 1971. Courtesy of Mike Gustin