Main Drag

Adding our vehicles to local roads made them dangerous to travel on foot or slow bicycles, yet the road was often full of both. This is one of the main roads in Tay Ninh City and was kept in good condition. It was one of a few that could support the weight of our trucks. The scale of urban Tay Ninh City roadways was small compared with urban America and limited the Army vehicles that could traverse the town. Their “rules of the road” were different than ours and since none of us knew their rules, our rule was the larger vehicle had the right of way. Of course we had the big vehicles and thus the right of way!

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