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Wald-1.JPGBase Camp - Christmas, 1966PFC John Waldman ready to defend gun pit. The hole behind him is likely from one of the blades of the 105mm towed howitzers.
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Wald-2.JPGBase Camp, 1966PFC Marion Sullivan standing between the trails.
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Wald-3.JPGBunker-ville, 1966Wow! All the "comforts" of home in my bunker! Too bad the ever-popular Playboy centerfold caught the camera's flash. Oh, well...at least I can see it.
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Wald-4.JPGBase Camp - Christmas, 1966Sitting in the bunker with pal UNK.
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Wald-5.JPGChristmas, 1966The ever popular photograph of "Titty Mountain". Rumor has it that the name became so popular that the "higher ups" insisted it be called "Dragon Mountain" instead.
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Wald-6.JPGBase Camp - Christmas, 1966Another typical day in Nam; Huey arrives in lower left center into the firebase.
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Wald-7.JPG"Hah! I got mine!"PFC Marion Sullivan is all smiles as he has a mama-san on his lap. Obviously, there was a shortage of chairs here.
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Wald-7a.JPG"Hah!" Mine's better lookingSp4 John Waldman entertains his "guest".
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Wald-8.JPGBase Camp - Christmas, 1966My howitzer. Note the radar unit in background.
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Wald-9.JPGSection ChiefSSG Charles R. Holt, Section Chief, A/2/9. And he was a good one.
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Wald-10.JPGChristmas, 1966Section protected by sandbags...everywhere.
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Wald-11.JPGGuardian TankAn M-48 tank is standing guard on Hwy 19 at the An Khe Pass. New Year's Day, 1967
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