View of No Man's Land from the hooches. "This is early on before we had the real sandbag wall, it is being built out front, to protect us and our hooches. No man's land is out there above, and some big battles were fought out there." -Roger McGill. 3/4 Cavalry Vietnam, Cu Chi, 1966. Photo by Roger McGill.
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
Army Base, LZ English, With the MP Hootch in the Foreground
LZ English, MP Hootch. "This is LZ North English from a bunker looking over the MP Squad, the Chapel, and then TOC (Tactical Operations Center) in the background. Look at the shrapnel holes in our trailer. Still worked on beer runs into Qui Nhon's PX." Photo and comments by Jerry W. Colwell