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Photos From James Raymond Krupa
Below are some photos sent to me from Bernie Krupa.  Her brother, James Raymond Krupa, was a member of the 154th Transportation Company when it arrived in Vietnam on January 1, 1967.
In Memory Of James Krupa
April 1944 - September 1994
Left Photo - The cave-in area that took the lives of 12 Vietnamese women while filling sandbags behind the headquarters building at Camp Camelot. - Jim took this photo just prior to the cave-in.  This is a great photo of early Camelot.  There is not one metal hootch up yet.  Center Photo - Cave-in Clipping  - Right Photo -
Jim Krupa
 Jim took this photo looking from the opposite direction.
Left Photo - The cave-in area that took the lives of 12 Vietnamese women while filling sandbags behind the headquarters building at Camp Camelot. - Jim took this photo just prior to the cave-in.  This is a great photo of early
Camelot.  There is not one metal hootch up yet.  Center Photo - Cave-in Clipping  - Right Photo - Jim took this photo looking from the opposite direction.
Full Speed Ahead
Jim Krupa
Looks like this photo of Jim was taken somewhere on 1A near LBP - Anyone know for sure?
Looks like this photo of Jim was taken somewhere on 1A near LBP - Anyone know for sure?
Looks Like 1A To Or From Newport
RMK-BRJ Sign
Not Sure Where This Was Taken - Anyone Know?
Not Sure Where This Was Taken - Anyone Know?
Who Will Answer - Ed Ames - 1968
Jim, Waiting To Be Shipped Out At Fort Meade, MD -  Members of the newly Re-formed 154th Transportation Company at Fort George G. Meade, Maryland, waiting to be shipped out to a destination unknown to them. August - September 1966
The Re Activation And Formation Of The 154th Transportation Company

Below are a few more photos Bernie sent me. Up until now we didn't know exactly when and where they were taken, but thanks to Larry Sheffey we now do.  Larry was also one of the original 154th members who knew Jim.  They
were in the same platoon, and shipped out together to Okinawa and then to Vietnam.  Thanks for the info Larry.
      Jim, Waiting To Be Shipped Out At Fort Meade, MD -  Members of the newly Re-formed 154th Transportation Company at Fort George G. Meade, Maryland, waiting to be shipped out to a destination unknown to them.
August - September 1966
Jim, Waiting To Be Shipped Out At Fort Meade, MD -  Members of the newly Re-formed 154th Transportation Company at Fort George G. Meade, Maryland, waiting to be shipped out to a destination unknown to them. August - September 1966
 Our Barracks At Fort Meade
  Our Barracks At Fort Meade
im And Some Of The Guys At Fort Meade - Photo is a little blurry but you still may be able to recognize someone.
Jim And Some Of The Guys At Fort Meade - Photo is a little blurry but you still may be able to recognize someone.
The 154th TC Company Area At OkinawaFor the three months or so the 154th TC was in Okinawa, it was under the command of the 2nd Logistical Command.
The 154th Transportation Company Arrives In Okinawa
September - October 1966
The 154th TC Company Area At OkinawaFor the three months or so the 154th TC was in Okinawa, it was under the command of the 2nd Logistical Command.
Inside Our Barracks In Okinawa
Inside Our Barracks In Okinawa
Inside Our Barracks In Okinawa
Anyone Remember These Guys?
Anyone Remember These Guys?
Area Near Our Barracks In Okinawa
Area Near Our Barracks In Okinawa
Area Near Our Barracks In Okinawa
Don't know who the young lady is.  Probably a friend of Jims.  She is standing in front of some memorials.  This is where the Japanese had their last stand against the U.S. forces during WWII.  There is a steep cliff there and many Japanese soldiers jumped off that cliff instead of being taken prisoner.
Don't know who the young lady is.  Probably a friend of Jims.  She is standing in front of some memorials.  This is where the Japanese had their last stand against the U.S. forces during WWII.  There is a steep cliff there and many Japanese soldiers jumped off that cliff instead of being taken prisoner.
Don't know who the young lady is.  Probably a friend of Jims.  She is standing in front of some memorials.  This is where the Japanese had their last stand against the U.S. forces during WWII.  There is a steep cliff there and
many Japanese soldiers jumped off that cliff instead of being taken prisoner.
The Hurry Up And Wait Routine - All Packed Up And Waiting To Leave Okinawa To Head For Vietnam.Arriving in Vietnam January 1, 1967
The Hurry Up And Wait Routine - All Packed Up And Waiting To Leave Okinawa To Head For Vietnam.Arriving in Vietnam January 1, 1967
The Hurry Up And Wait Routine - All Packed Up And Waiting To Leave Okinawa To Head For Vietnam.
Arriving in Vietnam January 1, 1967
Welcome Home Jim
Welcome Home Jim
Looks Like 1A To Or From Newport  
RMK-BRJ Sign
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