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TS-1.jpgLZ Ranger @ Ban-me-ThuotR-292 radio antenna stands in the middle of all the muck.
TS-2.jpgLZ Ranger @ Ban-me-ThuotInto every situation, a little rain must fall. Vietnam...they're called "monsoons".
TS-3.jpgLZ Ranger @ Ban-me-ThuotArtillery housekeeping. Note how neat & organized. The "aiming sticks" are shown at bottom right.
TS-4.JPGLZ Ranger @ Ban-me-ThuotExtensive use of sandbagged bunkers at battery's howitzer sections.
TS-5.JPGLZ Ranger @ Ban-me-ThuotUNKNOWN Cannoneer. Sandbag City. Ammo is within reach.
TS-6.JPGLZ Ranger @ Ban-me-ThuotAll UNKNOWNS! Anyone have names?
Sign says: "BAD NEWS" then "SOUTH VIETNAM". Margin reads "B Btry" on the left and "2/9th" on the right.
TS-7.JPGLZ Ranger @ Ban-me-ThuotMud puddles everywhere.
TS-8.JPGLZ Ranger @ Ban-me-ThuotUnknown cannoneer. The best air conditioning in Nam was found in a bunker.
TS-9.JPGLZ Ranger @ Ban-me-Thuot"We Were Cannoneers....and Young!" Posing with four-legged friend.

UNKNOWN cannoneers. Camouflage strap has the name "Dick". Anyone have names?
TS-10.JPGLZ Ranger @ Ban-me-ThuotGreat photo of Section ammo bunker. UNKNOWN cannoneer. Real artillerymen use big bullets.
TS-11.JPGLZ Ranger @ Ban-me-ThuotUNKNOWN cannoneers. Here's one for you, Charlie. Loading up the newer M102 howitzers.
TS-12.jpgThe Fickle Finger of FateRick Algren has a unique backscratcher. Or, perhaps he was in charge of assigning details. Actually, it's his "Short Timer's" stick. Photo taken on a convoy to the Chu Pa mountains, Spring, 1969.
Rick was an RTO before coming into the TOC.
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