Qu Nhon harbor in Vietnam. Aerial view of a field at the harbor. A road in field. View of mountain and trees. Ankhe airfield and strip in Qui Nhon harbor.
Qui Nhon harbor in Vietnam. A military compound called Camp Goldberg, named for U.S. Army Chief Warrant Officer Joseph A Goldberg, the pilot of a helicopter shot down by the Viet Cong on July 15, 1962. Within the compound, are seen the Lane and Guthrie maintenance hangars, dedicated to the memories of Sp/5 James Everett Lane, the gunner, and Sp/5 Harold Lee Guthrie, the Crew Chief, both of whom lost their lives with CWO Goldberg. (Reportedly, these were the first U.S. Army Aviation personnel killed in action, in Vietnam. )
The U.S. 1st Cavalry Division prior to the Siege of Plei Me in Qui Nhon, Vietnam. UH-1 Iroquois helicopters land at Quinhon. A line of Boeing CH-47 Chinook helicopter on field. UH-1 Iroquois helicopter takes off as others warm up in the foreground. Line of Boeing CH-47 Chinook helicopter warming up. Soldiers walk near parked helicopters. M102 105mm Howitzer and a truck being loaded into the aircraft. A soldiers ties a string.
Qui Nhon harbor in Vietnam. Arial view of coast city and mountain range on island. The coast. Boats and ships at sea. Seashore and field at the sea shore. An airfield near beach.
Qui Nhon harbor in Vietnam. Aerial view of river, trees, field and roads from the harbor. Aerial view of airfield near beach.
Qui Nhon harbor in Vietnam. Aerial view of rout number 19 Highway between Quinhon and Ankhe pass. Highway Number 01 winds through rugged mountains.