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More Photos From David McNaught
Sunrise At Camp Camelot - Headquarters Building On Right
Below Are Some Photos I Took In And Around Camp Camelot
Sunrise At Camp Camelot - Headquarters Building On Right
Far Left Photo - Chaplain Bob Wills -Left Photo - From Message Center Toward Rear Of Chapel Where The Sandbag Detail Was Located - I spent a lot of evenings after regular hours filling sandbags.  Right Photo - SP4 Peacock And SP4 Rex Dietz - Note start of new hootch on left. - Battalion Headquarters In Background
Far Left Photo - Chaplain Bob Wills -Left Photo - From Message Center Toward Rear Of Chapel Where The Sandbag Detail Was Located - I spent a lot of evenings after regular hours filling sandbags.  Right Photo - SP4 Peacock And SP4 Rex Dietz - Note start of new hootch on left. - Battalion Headquarters In Background
Far Left Photo - Chaplain Bob Wills -Left Photo - From Message Center Toward Rear Of Chapel Where The Sandbag Detail Was Located - I spent a lot of evenings after regular hours filling sandbags.  Right Photo - SP4 Peacock
And SP4 Rex Dietz - Note start of new hootch on left. - Battalion Headquarters In Background
Last Of Tents - USARV In Background On The Hill
SP5 Ouellette And SP4 Rau In Front Of Message Center
                  Last Of Tents - USARV In Background On The Hill                                         SP5 Ouellette And SP4 Rau In Front Of Message Center
SP4 Jarvis Rau In Rear Of Headquarters Area - Rear Background Part Of First Log Headquarters
SP4 Jarvis Rau In Rear Of Headquarters Area - Rear Background Part Of First Log Headquarters
Jarvis At Rear Of Message Center Mail Room
Far Left Photo - Chaplain Bob Wills -Left Photo - From Message Center Toward Rear Of Chapel Where The Sandbag Detail Was Located - I spent a lot of evenings after regular hours filling sandbags.  Right Photo - SP4 Peacock And SP4 Rex Dietz - Note start of new hootch on left. - Battalion Headquarters In Background
Camelot Cowboys - I wonder if they also had a night job. Left Photo - Notice the crates in the background. They contained the Adams Huts which we put together for our hootches.
Camelot Cowboys - I wonder if they also had a night job. Left Photo - Notice the crates in the background. They contained the Adams Huts which we put together for our hootches.
Left 2 Photos - Me And Bob Masteller - Right 2 Photos - Camelot Cowboys - I wonder if they also had a night job. Left Photo - Notice the crates in the background. They contained the Adams Huts which we put together for our
hootches.
Lt. Doyle Gaither In Front Of Colonel's Hootch - Note Green Painted Sandbags
Lt. Doyle Gaither In Front Of Colonel's Hootch - Note Green Painted Sandbags
Left Photo - The New Officer's Billets - I worked on the cement finishing detail which was taken from the area where the old outdoor theatre was located.  Right Photo - SP5 French From Pomona, CA And Larry Taylor From Adamstown, MD - The building behind them was the colonel's hootch. Far Right Photo - Mamasn Lin
Left Photo - The New Officer's Billets - I worked on the cement finishing detail which was taken from the area where the old outdoor theatre was located.  Right Photo - SP5 French From Pomona, CA And Larry Taylor From
Adamstown, MD - The building behind them was the colonel's hootch.  Far Right Photo - Mamasn Lin
Street Sweepers VN Style In Front Of HQ - Note 64th QM In Background On Other Side Of Wire
Street Sweepers VN Style In Front Of HQ - Note 64th QM In Background On Other Side Of Wire
Four Photos Above - First Show In Incomplete Amphitheatre
Four Photos Above - First Show In Incomplete Amphitheatre
Four Photos Above - First Show In Incomplete Amphitheatre
Four Photos Above - First Show In Incomplete Amphitheatre
Four Photos Above -  First Show In Incomplete Amphitheatre
Who are these guys? - Al Krabbenhoeft Is In This Photo
Who are these guys? - Al Krabbenhoeft Is In This Photo
Four Photos Above - First Show In Incomplete Amphitheatre
Four Photos Above - First Show In Incomplete Amphitheatre
                                                                Mighty Mustang Band                                                                 
Mighty Mustang Photo Session
Mighty Mustang Photo Session
Left Photo - Anyone recognize the GI? Note how the mamasans carry a balance load as heavy as they are. - Right Photo  SP4 Jarvis Rau And SP5 Mark French
Left Photo - Anyone recognize the GI? Note how the mamasans carry a balance load as heavy as they are. - Right Photo  SP4 Jarvis Rau And SP5 Mark French
Left Photo-Anyone recognize the GI? Note how the mamasans carry a balance load as heavy as they are.-Right Photo  SP4 Jarvis Rau And SP5 Mark French
Christmas Cheer From John Brown, Michael Carpenter From North Carolina And SP5 Tom LeMoine
Christmas Cheer From John Brown, Michael Carpenter From North Carolina And SP5 Tom LeMoine
Me In The Battalion Area
Me In The Battalion Area
Me In The Battalion Area
Me And Bob Masteller
Me And Bob Masteller
Me - Check out the Camelot sign - 15 MPH
Me - Check out the Camelot sign - 15 MPH.
My Hootch On Right - Headquarters Building In Rear
Left Photo - The New Officer's Billets - I worked on the cement finishing detail which was taken from the area where the old outdoor theatre was located.  Right Photo - SP5 French From Pomona, CA And Larry Taylor From Adamstown, MD - The building behind them was the colonel's hootch. - Far Right Photo - Mamasn Lin
Left Photo - SP4 Bill Hahn - Right Photo - SP5 Bill ? - From New York - He and I came home together and I borrowed $5 from him. Need to locate him.
Left Photo - SP4 Bill Hahn - Right Photo - SP5 Bill ? - From New York - He and I came home together and I borrowed $5 from him. Need to locate him.
Left Photo - SP4 Bill Hahn - Right Photo - SP5 Bill ? - From New York - He and I came home together and I borrowed $5 from him. Need to locate him.
Looking At Camelot From USARV
Looking At Camelot From USARV
Me Working On My Tan
SP5 Cannemela Hamming It Up
Flares Over Camelot The Night Woody Hayes Visited Us  - Nips At The Wire
Colonel's Driver - Jim Tompkins
Me On Right-Company Clerk In His Hootch-Christmas
Left Photo - SP5 Vince Cannemela is getting ready to make a run to Newport and 4th Trans Command in Saigon.  Right Photo - Looking At The Corner Of Camelot And The Road Out To Bear Cat Road
Left Photo - SP5 Vince Cannemela is getting ready to make a run to Newport and 4th Trans Command in Saigon.  Right Photo - Looking At The Corner Of Camelot And The Road Out To Bear Cat Road
Left Photo - SP5 Vince Cannemela is getting ready to make a run to Newport and 4th Trans Command in
Saigon.  Right Photo - Looking At The Corner Of Camelot And The Road Out To Bear Cat Road
Me On A Break Unloading A Deuce And A Half Of Stock We Received Once A Week
Me On A Break Unloading A Deuce And A Half Of Stock We Received Once A Week
Left Photo - Gary ? And Another Face In Our Hootch - Gary was known as Khong Heo by the mamasans. Don't know what that means.  We called him Tank. - Right Photo - Miss Tot Wearing My Hat Again Webmaster: Received an email from Mario Farrugia explaining that (Khong Heo) most likely it's
Left Photo - Gary ? And Another Face In Our Hootch - Gary was known as Khong Heo by the mamasans. Don't know what that means.  We called him Tank. - Right Photo - Miss Tot Wearing My Hat Again Webmaster: Received an email from Mario Farrugia explaining that (Khong Heo) most likely it's
Far Left Photo - Gary ? And Another Face In Our Hootch - Gary was known as Khong Heo by the mamasans. Don't know what that means.  We called him Tank. - Right Photo - Miss Tot Wearing My Hat Again Webmaster:
Received an email from Mario Farrugia explaining that (Khong Heo) most likely it's "con heo" which means "pig" - however this is not an offensive nickname - on the contrary, it symbolizes familiarity.  Vietnamese like to give
nicknames to people in a friendly sort of way.  I imagine the mamasan or the Vietnamese would giggle when they would refer to him that way.  Far Right Photo - Colonel's Driver- Jim Tompkins
Left Photo - SP4 Ouellette (Our Barber) Getting Ready To Cut Another GI's Hair - Right Photo - Cats had a short life in Vietnam.
Left Photo - SP4 Ouellette (Our Barber) Getting Ready To Cut Another GI's Hair - Right Photo - Cats had a short life in Vietnam.
Left Photo - SP4 Ouellette (Our Barber) Getting Ready To Cut Another GI's Hair - Right Photo - Cats had a
short life in Vietnam.
SP4 Jarvis Rau - Going Home
John Brown
Sunset Over Camelot
This Ends My Second Photo Page - Continue To Next Page For Photos Of The 1967 Bob Hope Christmas Show
Full Speed Ahead
SP4 Phil Stitt Working On Framework For A Bunker - Phil was a combat photographer who transferred into our unit and worked mainly on construction details.  Are The Good Times Really Over - Merle Haggard - 1982
Left Photo - SP4 Phil Stitt Working On Framework For A Bunker - Phil was a combat photographer who transferred into our unit and worked mainly on construction details. Right Photo - Flares Over Camelot The Night Woody
Hayes Visited Us  - Nips At The Wire
Are The Good Times Really Over - Merle Haggard - 1982
Sunset Over Camelot
Jarvis At Rear Of Message Center Mail Room  
My Hootch On Right - Headquarters Building In Rear
Me On Right-Company Clerk In His Hootch-Christmas
Me Working On My Tan
SP5 Cannemela Hamming It Up
SP4 Jarvis Rau - Going Home  
John Brown
Below - Photos Of A Show At Camp Camelot
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