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This photo is a panoramic view of our camp. It was made from four separate photos. Our camp was on a small mound at the southwestern base of Duc Pho Hill (Montezuma). You can see Duc Pho Hill (Montezuma) in the background. (Duc Pho, Date: October 1967)
The operator's name on this dozer is Gregg Heacock from New Jersey.
This photo shows the area where we put together our culverts. Our culvert yard was along the Duc Pho compound perimeter. The thatch roofed structures are outside the perimeter and are part of the Duc Pho village. The structure in the foreground was our shower and yes, that is someone in there taking a shower. I apologize for the invasion of his privacy. Duc Pho hill was behind me when I took this photo. (Duc Pho, Date: October 1967)
The wooden tower in the distance is along the compound perimeter. This tower and the bunker next to it were part of the Duc Pho (LZ Bronco) compound perimeter security system. (Duc Pho, Date: November 1967)
Mr. Merlin Hanson placed the following comments in the my Guest Book. Merlin wrote, “The picture of our motor pool with the 5ton loaded with a triangular tank in the back was the truck I drove to the quarry every day. After a day of drilling and blasting I would stop at a river and fill that tank with water for our showers". Thanks for the information Merlin.