More From Chaplain Cpt. Jack Park
A Few More Photos I Took In And Around My Areas Of Service As The 71st Transportation Battalion Chaplain
|One Of The 65 Foot Guard Towers At Camelot - Below are a few more photos I took from the tower.
|Looking Directly Down At Bear Cat Road
|Looking East Along The Perimeter - The Hill Where The VC Hit
|Left - Looking At Bear Cat Road Leading To Highway 1A - Right - Looking Down At The 71st Battalion Corner Area - Not Sure Which Unit Was In The Tent Top Hootches - Also Visible Is One Of The USARV Headquarters Buildings In The Right Top Of Photo
|A Steak Dinner At The 372nd Company Area At Camp Camelot
|The Old & The New - Chaplain Bob Wills On Left And Me Chaplain Park On Right - Bob Derosed The Next Day
|Right - Christmas 1968 - Billy Graham Speaking At The Long Bien Post Amphitheatre - The Bob Hope Christmas show was there two days later. Below Some Photos Taken At Newport Terminal. Left - The New Chapel At Newport Terminal
| Hurrying To Catch The Chapel Truck
|The Pet Monkey And Pig Were Near The Mess Hall Area At Newport
|The Old Orphanage Buildings Adjacent To Newport Terminal
|Left - 551st TC Company Guys At Newport Wharf - Center - Ed Cooper - Chaplain's Assistant - At Bien Hoa Barge Site - Right - This is the huge Trans Colorado. It can lift small boats and carry them to her top. She is one of 25 ships, the largest of her kind.
|551st Trans Co. Dock Shack At Newport - VC Sampan On Display
|Cargo Ships At Newport Terminal
|Right - Crane Unloading 155mm Shells From River Barge To Trucks At The Cogido Barge Site - This was the nearest site our men worked at, about a mile or so from Camelot. - Left - Picking Up The Guys For A Barge Site Service At The Bien Hoa Site
|Left Photo - The 105mm Artillery Unit Next To Newport - Second from the left is Capt. Hill, Company C.O. Right Photo Some Of The Guys From One Of The Barge Sites
|Damage From VC Rocket Attack To 64th QM Vehicles - Right Next To Us At Camelot
|Left Photo -Wounded Civilian Shot Just Outside Our Perimeter On Bear Cat Road - We brought him to the hospital. He was OK, just a flesh wound. - Right Photo - VC Prisoners Under Guard
Brand New Tanks And Other Track Vehicles On Long Bien Post Waiting To Go To Their Final Destination - Our men unloaded
these from ships at Newport and drove them here. One of the USARV Headquarters Buildings is visible in the background
|Left Photo - All Of The Vietnamese Missionaries Honoring Dr. Parks At Luncheon At Trinity Baptist Church In Saigon - Right Photo - Charles LeClair - Dr. Cathey - Jim Humphry - Sam James From Thu Duc Missionary At International Protestant Church In Saigon
|Flying Over Crowded Saigon On One Of Our Trips There
|The Guard In Front Of Le Lai Hotel Where 4th Transportation Command HQ Is Located - Chaplain Woods' office is here. We
met here twice a month and brought our offerings here on sampans.
|Left Photos- The bus on the left had a head-on collision with the Shell oil truck on the right. Three people were killed and many were injured. It's a miracle there was no fire. They are removing the fuel from the truck with a fire truck nearby.
Right Photos - The Work Vehicle Of The Vietnamese - Moving a Log At Honai Village
|Left Photo - Baptist Seminary On Highway 1A At Thu Duc - A Catholic School In Honai - The globe and Christ were novel ideas.
Seven Steps Of The Beautiful Buddhist Temple Buddhist Beggars In Saigon
|Buddhist Temple In Bien Hoa - Also Serves As A School
Tu - Our Interpreter - Soon To Go Into RVN Army Baptist Mission In Saigon - We had Med-Cap here.
|Giving The Oxen A Saturday Bath Before Putting Them Back To Work.
|A Couple Of Family Outings - Doesn't Look Too Safe
|South Vietnamese Funeral Procession - APC's In Background
|Reception Center - It all started here and will end here.
|This concludes my second photo page. Again, hope you have enjoyed looking at them.
|Turn Around, Look At Me - Vogues - 1968
|The Pet Pig Was Near The Mess Hall Area At Newport
Getting Off The Truck Going To The Chapel Service