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My name is Joe Rodman.  I was with the 368th Transportation Company when it was deployed to Vietnam in August 1966.  Below
are some of my photos of the early days of Camp Camelot and Newport.
 Leaving San Francisco On The Start Of Our Ship Voyage To Vietnam
Arriving Off The Coast Of Vietnam - Vung Tau
Joe Rodman With The 368th CO's Jeep
Arriving At Ben Hoa
 From Vung Tau, we boarded the C-130s to head for Ben Hoa.
  Leaving San Francisco On The Start Of Our Ship Voyage To Vietnam                                     Arriving Off The Coast Of Vietnam - Vung Tau
            From Vung Tau, we boarded the C-130s to head for Ben Hoa.
Above And Below - The Early Years At Camp Camelot - Only Tents Then
                                        Joe Rodman With The 368th CO's Jeep
The Build Up At Camp Camelot
We all remember the rain.
Don't Remember Their Names - Our Mascot
Don't Remember Their Names - Our Mascot
Me - Joe Rodman
Me - Joe Rodman
Me With Some Of My Friends - Wish I could remember their names.
Me With Some Of My Friends - Wish I could remember their names.
Joe - Standing Where The Cave-In Took Place
We all remember the rain.
The Company Artist Holding One Of His Drawings
Enjoying Some Down Time At Our EM Club At Camp Camelot
 One Of The Early Shows At Camelot
One Of Our Cleaning Girls At Camp Camelot
Newport Helper And Her Daughter
They called him Mr Cool; he never said a word.
Newport Helper With Her Rain Hat On - She gave me that hat.
368th First Sargent Instructing Some Of The Camelot Workers
Early Camelot
 Me With Some Of My Friends
Joe Looking At His Short Timer Calendar
Joe Looking At His Short Timer Calendar
LT David Smoot Broke His Arm First Week At Newport
Locals At Newport
Little girl gives me the rain hat; I still have it.
Working The RT Fork Truck At Newport
My Good Friend Sgt Hines - Weapons Inspection At Newport
Full Speed Ahead
The LCUs took us from the boat to the Vung Tau shore.
Above And Below - The Early Years At Camp Camelot - Only Tents Then
The Build Up At Camp Camelot
                                                                                        Don't Remember Their Names - Our Mascot                                                             
Me - Joe Rodman
Me With Some Of My Friends - Wish I could remember their names.
The Company Artist Holding One Of His Drawings
                            One Of The Early Shows At Camelot                                                                                 One Of Our Cleaning Girls At Camp Camelot
             Newport Helper With Her Rain Hat On - She gave me that hat.                        
368th First Sargent Instructing Some Of The Camelot Workers
                                                          Early Camelot                                                                                                      Me With Some Of My Friends
  Big Party Last Night
The Outhouse And Shower Cleaning Girl
                                                          Big Party Last Night                                                                                          The Outhouse And Shower Cleaning Girl
Joe Looking At His Short Timer Calendar
                                          Up-Loading Damaged Tank For Shipment Back To US                                      
                               Working The RT Fork Truck At Newport                                                                    Little girl gives me the rain hat; I still have it.
Hello Stranger - Barbara Lewis - 1963
The LCUs took us from the boat to the Vung Tau shore.
Arriving At Ben Hoa  
We all remember the rain.
Me - Joe Rodman
My Good Friend Sgt Hines - Weapons Inspection At Newport
They called him Mr Cool; he never said a word.
Newport Helper And Her Daughter
Enjoying Some Down Time At Our EM Club At Camp Camelot
Joe - Standing Where The Cave-In Took Place
Locals At Newport
LT David Smoot Broke His Arm First Week At Newport
Regretfully Joe Rodman Passed Away - Note From Kathy His Wife - Just wanted you to know that Joe died on 2/27/15 at home from Agent Orange cancer.  I know he really enjoyed looking at your website.  I just thought you
may want to move him to the memorial page or ? Thanks,
.