Bob Ortiz

 

Bob Ortiz

I want to thank Chris for allowing me to share my pictures.

I was not directly assigned to the 25th Division but to the 277th S&S Battalion, located in Tay Ninh West (base camp) from November 12, 1968 to December 15, 1969. We were a direct-support quartermaster unit that provided supplies to most units in Tay Ninh and to other base camps, such as ammo, food, and fuel. Truck convoys were the usual method of delivery of these materials and perishables.

I will be posting more pictures during 2013 chronicling my daily life. I hope these photos bring back memories of special places in Tay Ninh West such as the PX, EM Club, and airport

Photos

 

Me With LAW

Not john law

Me With SKS

Trophy

Office Worker

A good vietnamese

Philcag-v Headquarters

Tay Ninh Base Camp

Tented Hootch

Home for 12 months

Tarp Roof

Not rocket proof

John Ramsey

Commander

Church

Catholic

PX

Goodie barn

Australian Band

Entertainment

Battalion Pets

Sandbaggers

Our Home

Maid service included

Deuce and a Half

Mechanical mule

Joy Riding

Dragging main street

Perimeter Guard Tower

Tay Ninh protection

Rocket Attack

Duck and cover for real

Vietnamese Workers

Woman's work

Suburban Living

The good life

Funny Money

Military payment script

More Funny Money

No greenbacks allowed

Unknown GI

Jungle uniform

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