My name is Patrick Conley. I was with the 567th Transportation Company, 71st Transportation Battalion from September 1966 to August 1967.
I was one of the original members that came over on a ship.
|This is cave-in area where 12 Vietnamese women were killed while they were filling sandbags.
|Good Times - Eric Burdon and The Animals - 1967
|The Early Days Of Camp Camelot - 1966 - 567th Company Area
My Hootch Headquarters Building
|Below are some photos we took on the ship to Vietnam.
|Crossing The International Date Line . After crossing the international date line, we were hosed down. We think this was a Navy custom.
Pat Again What's going on here Pat?
|Pat Conley And Johnnie Cribb
|All The Cooks Cooling Off
|Stone - A Cook Saying Good Bye To Us As We Leave For The States
Oliver Corbett At A Fuel Stop In Alaska On The Way Home Hank Albert Saying Good Bye To Oliver Corbett And Pat Conley
|Pat In Front Of The Bar Cherry
|Frank Pelligrino & Pat Conley
|? - Steve Keriakedes - Pat Conley
|Just Another Pretty Girl At Camelot
|Above & Below Bien Hoa Street Vendors
|Heavy Weight Champ Floyd Patterson Visits Newport Terminal
|Anyone Remember This Guy?
|Pat & A Buddy In Bien Hoa
|Cooks Cooling Off Again - Hester - Smitty - ? - Frenchie
|Pat & Ray Meyers - High School Classmate I Met On Ship To Vietnam
|Where Was This Photo Taken
|Me With More Of The Cooks
|Me & Johnnie Cribb Hitting A Couple of Bars In Bien Hoa - March 1967
|Rodriguez - Stoveman - Pat Conley