A rock band from the Philippines was playing the enlisted mens’ clubs in base camps. The music was poor quality but the women kept clothing to a minimum and performed their half of aerial intercourse. It was a fair bargain.
A guard tower on the Tay Ninh perimeter is visible in the background left. Located around the perimeter of the base camp, they were manned by “guards” that were mostly non-combat individuals and often very new to Vietnam. I never felt safe in base camp and I am not sure why. It was less dangerous than being in the field but I felt more in control of my future while in the field.