|This page is also from Ed Dion.
Ed says, "This will be my new home for the next 10 months. Combat ready. May 8, 1968 Viet Nam".
|"This Army is all right! Just like home. Chicken never tasted so good. Camp Evans northern Viet Nam. Age 19".|
|"Taking a little rest in a valley. Someone said the dog couldn't swim, so in he went & loved it. He stayed in for almost an hour. Working with the 2/8 Cav, May '68".|
|This photo was taken at Chu Lai in June '68.
Ed says, "from left to right: Thyself (?), Harris, Colley our dog handler, and Phillips our team leader".
|"What you see in this picture is just about all the
trackers. There's Sgt. again. He's crazy but a real good guy. July 20, '68".
Need some help identifying the crazies.
|This sign got around. It started life in II Corps at LZ 2
Bits and then made the trip north to I Corps and Camp Evans. That's the identification on
the sign. How about the guys?
Vic Sokeland says: L to R; Sp4 Reed, Sgt. Alonzo and Sgt. Faust.
|"L to R: Cunningham, Tonelli, me, Hylton (kneeling), Sokeland".
|"24 Dec. 68. Me, Hammond, Sokeland, Gill. Phouc Vinh, S. Viet Nam".|