views from a helicopter circling Fire Support Base Charlie One in vietnam
Vietnam Date:1970, June 5 Duration:2 min 48 sec Sound:NO SOUND
View, from very low-flying helicopter, circling the perimeter of of Fire Support Base Charlie One in Vietnam. An observation tower is seen. Mountains in the distant background. Several circular gun emplacements are visible. (Elements of the 2nd Battalion, 94th Field Artillery were stationed at the base during this period.) Some smaller emplacements are seen closer to the perimeter. All structures on the base are low and flat. What appears to be a river and a town in the background.
I was in Vietnam at Charlie 1 in 1970 (Jun to Nov) with 2nd BN 94th Arty. I was also at Camp Carrol (J.J. Carrol). They are two different locations, considerable distance apart.
NO WAY was it " Fire Support Base Charlie One at Camp Carroll"
To describe the "Underground Bunkers" picture Metal culverts about 8-10 foot in diameter, maybe 20 feet long in a wooden box covered in gravel with one end open with a door.
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