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James Lindoff, far left, LRRP, Long Range Reconnaissance Patrol
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Pho Binh, Vietnam Base Camp. LRRP (Pronounced "lurp") is a small, heavily-armed reconnaissance team that patrols deep in enemy-held territory.
James Lindoff served in U.S. Army 101st Airborne from 1967-68
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James Lindoff served in the 187th Division, 3rd Brigade, 2nd Battalion.
Dau Tieng Base Camp, 1967
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"This was when I first reported to my unit, October, 1967. The base camp was Dau Tieng."
Don Cook, Jr.
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Don Cook, Jr. served in the US Marines.
Robert Wolfe served in the U.S. Army, 82nd Airborne
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Robert Wolfe served in the U.S. Army for seven years and the National Guard for fourteen years.
George Bennett, Standing Bridge Guard, Vietnam, October 1967
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Jeromy Grant (2nd from the right) with his Flight Crew of Chinook 104
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Jeromy Grant (2nd from the right) with his Flight Crew of Chinook 104 after getting shot down and recovered, Afghanistan 2006.
Saigon River Bridge Guard, October, 1967
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George Bennett Holding M16
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George Bennett, Dau Tieng Vietnam, 1967 - 1968
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Dầu Tiếng Base Camp (also known as LZ Dầu Tiếng or Camp Rainier) is a former U.S. Army and Army of the Republic of Vietnam (ARVN) base in the Dầu Tiếng District in Bình Dương Province in southern Vietnam.
George Bennett's Pet Monkey, Snoopy
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"This photo shows that I did own a monkey while I was overseas, I got him from a Vietnamese kid, and I raised him and called him Snoopy. A very nice pet to have."
Number One
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"Here is a kid, that used to hang around when I was on a two week bridge guard duty, nice young man, he took to me, because I was a Native American. He used to say to me, 'you no. 1.' He would put my helmet on."