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For that time period, I would have to say that Long Binh was modeled after most large military bases, containing recreational opportunities to distract you from the fact that you were counting the days until you could return home. Unlike the military bases in Germany, for example, there was no family housing at Long Binh because Vietnam was a war zone. My husband was stationed at Binh Thuy, a much smaller base that lacked most of the niceties of Long Binh. At Binh Thuy, my husband witnessed the prevalence of heavy drug abuse among the enlisted ranks and was relieved to return stateside in 1972 after 7 months in country. The Vietcong hit the base ammo dump with mortar rounds, resulting in the destruction and abandonment of the base.
Bob Dunn , I probably met you several times while i was pulling tower guard in the ammo dump , it seemed like i was there every week or pulling bunker guard out between the wires .I was with the 576 ord from Oct 67 til Oct 68 ..I also went to the LBJ riot to operate a R T fork lift to get some of the large shipping containers out while the prisoners were trying to open them and destroy the contents .
I arrived in long binh march 68. Hq company 40th signal. I was asked if I could type I said yes and was assigned as supply sgt in the cable yard.. The 40th was a telephone line installation unit. I was very good at my job but not at souldering. I got into trouble command sgtmajor zeeks and I had a few run ins. Right after tet I shipped out for D company in phu tigh. We had a club in the camp. On weekends the lt would send 2 1\2s to town to pick up girls . Not every week but we had a few phillipino groups come to our little home made movie bar whore house. We got hit a few times but we had rok marines one hill over so charles stayed away most days. Those rok dudes did not like viets north or south. I shipped out stateside 3/69.ft benning then nato central command europe. By yhe time I left nam I was doing alot of drinking and much dope. The vc tried to kill me with bullets but the dutch girls tried a much more pleasent way. I thi k leaving the armt after over 6 years was a mistake. I really enjoyed the service. There is not anything line it. Sorry so many brothers died. I think of them. I yhink we could help our men now by contacting our old units and sending care packages. God bless yall. Yes I am a southerner.
I was at long ben from September 68 to October 69 I was In the Depo on a perimeter line when Charlie blew it up the night of tent invasion spent many of nights on the perimeter line and in the towers I was with the 78th ordinate detachment grew up real fast over there would like to hear from some of the guys if they read this
I was in Long Binh April 10, 1967 to April 1968 as part of the 14th ICC. I remember being with Jim Roach, #52 above. I played drums for the unit with a local Vietnamese band. Have always wondered what happened after I left, if you have heard from anyone or if anyone knows Terry Mc Clane from Labannon OR I would like to hear from him.
I was stationed 20 shop with A Co, 169th Engr Bn 1971-1972 while we were constructing QL20. It looked like the battalion had been there a few years when I was there. Why does no one else mention the battalion?
A story I have told about 30 times. I would liketo share. It began at 5 at night. Two of us in theunit volunteered to work at night at the 90thReplacement Unit-a few IBM keypunchmachines were available, and we convertedinformation-developed by the guys who workedduring the day-to a format for transfer eachday regarding troop needs-which was sent to thePentagon.
Those officers that were then general officerswere a part of the Normandy invasion-thenbeing of lower officer rank. Even in war,the continuity of the military-like thosehere saying a few words-continues.
Thank you for the post. There is a facebook group called long binh junction where people are posting photos, maps, and stories. Lots of folks sharing there. Yours would be a welcomed addition, I am sure.
Was stationed the entire year of 1969 in Long Bing serving as a clerk-typist at USARV HDQRTS. Was assigned to 1st Logistical Command and worked in re-enlistment office across from mail room. Attained rank of spec5. People I recall working with & for: Col Dupard, Maj. Wm Barbour, Sg Maj Hagen, sgts Charlie Greenfield, Zeke Zebrowski, Rush Neal. Drank lotta beer and played poker with Ken Hayes (NC), Bill Smith (CA), Jim Otts (TX). You never forget the guys you hung with. Took in-country R&R to Na Trang. Damn that water was cold (South China Sea). Got to see Bob Hope Christmas Show. Now reside in St. Jo, TX. & would like to hear from cohorts from a time past.
I was in HQ Special Troops USARV message center in 1968-69. We had a Vietnamese worker by the name of Lee Hong Kahn? or something like that. He was drafted into the South Vietnamese army. I always wondered what happened to him. I was just a chairborne ranger.
Was stationed with HHC 1St Aviation Brigade April 1967 to April 1968.Comm Center 72B40. Remember Tet 1968 like it was yesterday. Was wondering if any of my former members are on this page. Thank you for the time.
I served in 1st Signal Brigade, 2nd Signal Group Near the 24th Evacuation Field Hospital. A Lieutenant Colonel, Major Eddy, liked me and had a jeep assigned to me. I was his driver and I also drove around the sergeant major, so I saw a lot of the base. I made specialist five pretty quickly and the night I was promoted we went to E-5 club to celebrate. It just happened to be the night at the LBJ riot started. We got caught up in what was going on around the jail when we try to get back to our unit. The lights were out around the jail and they were soldiers everywhere. We got stopped and eventually turned loose.
John Correia: I was in Long Binh 1966-1967. There was no swimming pool back then. We had a decent EM club and a rickety open sided theatre. I was lucky to see Martha Rae and Nancy Sinatra perform for the troops, but did not see Bob Hope. It seems like things really improved a lot in Long Binh from 67 to 70. Someone even mentioned that there was a bowling alley in Long Binh.
I was at long Binh from Jan.69 to Jan.70.I was with the 549th Light Maintenance Company.My unit and others made up the large Lnog Binh Maintenance Facility. Any of the motor pool maint. guys from any of the companies from the 48th Transportation Group might remember The Maint Facility. I was the intake and outgoing inspector for the facility. Would like to here from anyone that was with the 549th during 1969.
Wish I had been stationed at Long binh. It was like stateside duty. They had it all. Swimming pools and no fear of being hurt. I wouldnt have been so shot up when I was attached to the 25th Infantry Division. HOUSE CATS.
This in response to comment #154, Gary Burkholder, I remember you and the name of your 10 Tractor, I believe it was a gasser. I am not sure if I was on that convoy, however I remember somewhere near Cu Chi, the hub on the dragon wagon went bad, and we had to stay over night at a fire support base and got another hub the next day. Snake was the driver, I cannot recall his actual name. I was riding shotgun, would like to reconnect with you.
1971 was a good year i was in vietnam in long binh. Left cantho for long binh worked with some great guys. Went to ft.bragg,NC from nam spent the rest of my time there. Would like to hear from someone who was there at the same time. My commander was Gary D Bright.Thank youGary Schoo
I was stationed at Long Binh, from 11/28/1966 to 4/7/1967 with D/87TH Infantry ,providing security to the RMK Quarry etc.I liked the assignment,got to visit Bien Hoa occasionally .I was on watch early one morning at the RMK Quarry when VC Sappers detonated ordinance at the ammo dump in Long Binh, the explosion turned darkness into daylight ,with a mushroom cloud of smoke,shock waves and a loud explosion . Then I was to sent to a line unit in April 1967 ,A/2/12 Infantry 4th Infantry Div . as a rifleman in War Zone C a mostly triple canopied jungle area ,where we constantly operated vs the VC and NVA ,which was a difficult and bad experience!
I was stationed at Long Binh, from 11/28/1966 to 4/7/1967 with D/87TH Infantry ,providing security to the RMK Quarry etc .I liked the assignment ,got to visit Bien Hoa occasionally .I was on watch early one morning at the RMK Quarry when VC Sappers detonated ordinance at the ammo dump in Long Binh, the explosion turned darkness into daylight ,with a mushroom cloud of smoke ,shock waves and a loud explosion . Then I was to sent to a line unit in April 1967 ,A/2/12 Infantry 4th Infantry Div . as a rifleman in War Zone C a mostly triple canopied jungle area ,where we constantly operated vs the VC and NVA ,which was a difficult and bad experience! 2b1af7f3a8