William Warren, a Negro sailor, signs a pay chit and collects money in Saigon, Vietnam during the Vietnam War..
Saigon Vietnam Date:1965, November 19 Duration:2 min 7 sec Sound:NO SOUND
U.S. Navy Headquarters Support Activity in Saigon, Vietnam during the Vietnam War. Charles A Pari, DK3 of USN (United States Navy) from Omaha, Nebraska seated at his desk and William Warren, YNSN of USN from Minneapolis comes in to be paid. Warren, the Negro sailor sits at the desk. He removes his hat and puts it on the desk as parry works on an adding machine on the desk. Charles fills out Warren's pay chit. Warren's pay chit being filled out. Charles passes over the chit to Warren who takes the pen and signs. Gregorio Mendoza Ramos, DK1 of USN from Cavite, Philippines, acting pay master stands at a window. Warren approaches from the far side with the pay chit to receive pay. Warren stands at the window to be paid with Ramos. Warren is handed money and gets ready to leave.
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