Page 41
More Photos From Gregory Farris
Below are some photos I took at Camp Camelot and the Long Binh Post area.
Me At 567th Company Hootch
I'm on the right and my friend, Ben Yost, is on the left.
368th Platoon Morning After Tet - February 2, 1968
368th Platoon Morning After Tet - February 2, 1968
Road In And Out Of Camp Camelot - 1967
Camp Camelot Baseball Field - April 1968
Larry Christ And Vince Sheftic In Hootch At Camp Camelot
368th Company Hootches - Great View Of USARV Headquarters In Background
 Looking At Camelot From Bear Cat Road
Another Look At Camelot From The Hill Above
Taylor And Three Other GIs Having A Barbeque - January 1968
USO Show At Camp Camelot - Late 1967 - Webmaster: Al Furtado - I also took photos of this same show.  They are on  photo page 11. On the next photo below, Greg actually has me in the photo. This is the first time I saw a photo of myself taken from someone I didn't know at the time.You made my day Greg.
USO Show At Camp Camelot - Late 1967 - Webmaster: Al Furtado - I also took photos of this same show.  They are on  photo page 11. On the next photo below, Greg actually has me in the photo. This is the first time I saw a photo of myself taken from someone I didn't know at the time.You made my day Greg.
Another One From The Show  - Al is standing up in front of the bus with no hat on between the two black GIs.
Another Show At Camelot
Another Show At Camelot
567th TC Company Area
Another Show At Camelot
Another Show At Camelot
Another One I Took With Al In The Photo
 567th TC Company Area
Walking Toward The Mess Hall At Camelot - April 1968
Ben Yost In His 567th TC Hootch Catching Up On Some Reading
Party Time At The 567th - Ernie, Sawyer And Bean
 Inside Our Hootch - May 1968
 Bean - June 1968
Below are some photos I took on and around Long Binh Post.
90th Replacement Battalion - October 1969
Gregory Farris
Pete Meyer
Construction Of The New 506th Depot At Long Binh Post - August 1968 - Move Completed July 1969
Long Binh Post Sand Gravel And Asphalt Area
New Depot Area
Long Binh Post II Field Force Chopper Landing Pads
Long Binh Post
Long Binh Post
Greg Farris At Camp Camelot - 1968
I'm on the right and my friend, Ben Yost, is on the left.
368th Platoon Morning After Tet - February 2, 1968
Road In And Out Of Camp Camelot - 1967
                                                      368th TC Shower Area                                                                                                    368th Supply Building Area
368th Company Hootches - Great View Of USARV Headquarters In Background
                                 Looking Down At Camp Camelot - February 1968
Camp Camelot Baseball Field - April 1968
                 Looking At Camelot From Bear Cat Road                                  Another Look At Camelot From The Hill Above
Taylor And Three Other GIs Having A Barbeque - January 1968
567th TC Company Area
USO Show At Camp Camelot - Late 1967 - Webmaster: Al Furtado - I also took photos of this same show.  They are on  photo page 11. On the next photo below, Greg actually has me in the photo. This is the first time I saw a photo of myself taken from someone I didn't
know at the time.  You made my day Greg.
Another One From The Show  - Al is standing up in front of the bus with no hat on between the two black GIs.
Another Show At Camelot
More Of The Shows
Another One I Took With Al In The Photo
Walking Toward The Mess Hall At Camelot - April 1968
                                  567th TC Company Area                                                                   Me At 567th Company Hootch
Ben Yost In His 567th TC Hootch Catching Up On Some Reading
Party Time At The 567th - Ernie, Sawyer And Bean
                                   Inside Our Hootch - May 1968                                                                                        Bean - June 1968
90th Replacement Battalion - October 1969
                         Gregory Farris                 90th Replacement Battalion                  Pete Meyer
First Log Snack Bar - Just Above Camelot Next To USARV Headquarters
Construction Of The New 506th Depot At Long Binh Post - August 1968 - Move Completed July 1969
          Long Binh Post Sand Gravel And Asphalt Area                                                           New Depot Area
Long Binh Post II Field Force Chopper Landing Pads
Long Binh Post
First Log Snack Bar - Just Above Camelot Next To USARV Headquarters
 USARV Headquarters
Barracks Somewhere On Long Binh Post
                                     USARV Headquarters                                                           Barracks Somewhere On Long Binh Post
277th Guards Being Posted On Long Binh Post
277th Guards Being Posted On Long Binh Post
Long Binh Post Fire Department - Not Sure What's Going On With All The Foam
Long Binh Post - Sign Reads: USARV Officers Open Mess
Cargo Area - Long Binh Post
     Long Binh Post - Sign Reads:  USARV Officers Open Mess                                         Cargo Area - Long Binh Post
Long Binh Post Fire Department - Not Sure What's Going On With All The Foam
More Construction Of The New Depot
Bear Cat Road - Just After Turning Off 1-A
                More Construction Of The New Depot                                          Bear Cat Road - Just After Turning Off 1-A
Choppers At II Field Force Area - Sunset Landings - May 1968
Choppers At II Field Force Area - Sunset Landings - May 1968
Choppers At II Field Force Area - Sunset Landings - May 1968
Left Photo - Dong Nai Barge Site - October 1968 -  Site was just a short distance from Camelot on 1-A.  All operations were closed down there and moved to Cogido and Bien Hoa sites sometime in 1969. Right Photo - The Outer Perimeter Road On Long Binh Post - 1-A Visible On Upper Right
Left Photo - Dong Nai Barge Site - October 1968 -  Site was just a short distance from Camelot on 1-A.  All operations were closed down there and moved to Cogido and Bien Hoa sites sometime in 1969. Right Photo - The Outer Perimeter Road On Long Binh Post -
1-A Visible On Upper Right
Left Photo - Repelling Tower On Long Binh Post - Check out the guy doing pushups. Right Photo - Repelling Tower Again - The sign reads:
Left Photo - Repelling Tower On Long Binh Post - Check out the guy doing pushups. Right Photo - Repelling Tower Again - The sign reads:
Left Photo - Repelling Tower On Long Binh Post - Check out the guy doing pushups. Right Photo - Repelling Tower Again - The sign reads:  "First Team Screaming Eagles Repelling Tower Will Do Sir" with 101st and First Cav. patches on sign.
Not Sure About The Names Of These GIs
 Carpenter & Sasic On Left
                          Carpenter & Sasic On Left                                                       Not Sure About The Names Of These GIs
                            Alexander & Holbe On Right                                            Another View Of The Square & Compass Club
The General's Quarters On Long Binh Post
The General's Quarters On Long Binh Post
Highway 1-A - Approaching Long Binh Post - February 1968
Highway 1-A - Approaching Long Binh Post - February 1968
Two More Looking At USARV Headquarters From Different Locations On Long Binh Post
Left Photo - Dong Nai Barge Site - October 1968 -  Site was just a short distance from Camelot on 1-A.  All operations were closed down there and moved to Cogido and Bien Hoa sites sometime in 1969. Right Photo - The Outer Perimeter Road On Long Binh Post - 1-A Visible On Upper Right
Riding On 1-A Looking At Long Binh Post Outer Road - Two Choppers Coming In
Riding On 1-A Looking At Long Binh Post Outer Road - Two Choppers Coming In
Please continue to next page for photos of Camp Davies and Saigon Port
Full Speed Ahead
Main Road Through Camp Camelot
Update Photos
Photos From My 2005 Trip Back ToVietnam
Camp Camelot Area
Main Road Through Camp Camelot
Another Section Of The Main Road Of Camelot
Another Section Of The Main Road Of Camelot
Looking Down Onto What Used To Be The 368th TC Company Supply Area
Looking Down Onto What Used To Be The 368th TC Company Supply Area
More Of The 368th Company Area
More Of The 368th Company Area
Above Camelot Looking Down Where The Ball Field Was
Above Camelot Looking Down Where The Ball Field Was
More Of The Camelot Area
More Of The Camelot Area
Trench Between Camelot And USARV
Trench Between Camelot And USARV
Road Between Camelot And USARV
Road Between Camelot And USARV
Looks Like Large Storage Buildings In Camelot Area
Looks Like Large Storage Buildings In Camelot Area
Other Side Of Storage Buildings Off Of Bear Cat Road About The Same Place The Rear Entrance To Camelot Was
Other Side Of Storage Buildings Off Of Bear Cat Road About The Same Place The Rear Entrance To Camelot Was
Bear Cat Road Near Our Outer Perimeter
Bear Cat Road Near Our Outer Perimeter
The Big C - Corner Of Bear Cat Road And 1A
The Big C - Corner Of Bear Cat Road And 1A
Stand By Your Man - Tammy Wynette - 1968
Larry Christ And Vince Sheftic In Hootch At Camp Camelot