Black and white photograph of alumni officers, 1969-1970, Utah Technical College at Salt Lake (Salt Lake Community College). Shown R to L: Archie Shaw, president; Chad Bell, vice president; Mary Ellen Christensen, secretary.
Daily Staff Journal or Duty Officer's Log sheet. "With Item #15 1130 hrs. (1130 a.m. Vietnam time). CMD: Dust-off 2/3 C Company request through Command at coordinates…CMD inquired if we had processed such a request. Answer: Negative - CMD will process (now)." -William Carr Jr. Photo by William Carr Jr.
Medics Carry the Body of a Dead South Vietnamese Officer
ARVN medics carry the body of a dead South Vietnamese officer from the French National Cemetery where a firefight was taking place. This action was part of what later became known as the Post-Tet Offensive of the May Offensive of 1968. 6 May 1968 - Photo by SP4 Bryan Grigsby (DASPO)
OCS (Officer Candidate School) Phase I, Ft.Knox, KY July 1966. "Interesting point, Bradish & Jones were former E7 Green Berets and had served in Vietnam." Larry McChristie, Warren Bradish, Jerry Jones, Gary LaGrange and Mike Shively. Photo by Tom Everhart.
Leaders in the Army of the Republic of Vietnam (ARVN), Southern Vietnam, mapping out our night patrols and discussing different tactical zones referred to as I Corps, II Corps, III Corps, IV Corps. I Corps was the northernmost region of South Vietnam, bordering North Vietnam. II Corps oversaw the region of the central highlands region, north of the capital Saigon. Its corps headquarters was in the mountain town of Pleiku. III Corps oversaw the region of the country surrounding the capital Saigon. IV Corps oversaw the Mekong Delta region of the country. The army of the nation state of South Vietnam existed from 1955 to 1975. Photo by Patrick Brennan Photo repaired by Dan Fox.
Major General M F Brogan, General Officer Commanding Eastern Command, talks with Lance Corporal Noel Godbold (left) who served for 11 months in 7RAR and Private Ian Crisp of NSW who was wounded in a mine explosion after serving for 9 months with 2RAR. Both men, patients at the 2nd Military Hospital, Ingleburn are watching the 7RAR march past in Sydney on 10 March 1971