Lt. Wriggley and Mike Holub washing our dog “Boober”. Fire Direction Control kept a dog most of the time but they had to be replaced often due to combat death or getting lost. Boober disappeared the one night we allowed South Vietnamese Soldiers to camp near our Fire Base.

The base of an exploded rocket or artillery shell sets atop the tin roof.

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