2nd Platoon, A Company, 4th/47th Battalion, 2nd Brigade page 1,2 2nd Platoon troopers returning froman exhausting three day patrol nearDong Tam in search of the elusiveViet Cong – April, 1967. First a puppy, now a monkey! Who says Sonny is an animallover – his animal instincts must be the attraction, eh Sonny? 2nd Platoon trooper, Vincent Denny Polisano on patrolin the Mekong Delta – April, 1967. During a patrol on V.C. Island, 2nd Platoon Troopers check identitypapers of a several Viet Cong suspects – April 1967. Sonny and his 2nd Platoon pals returning to CampBearcat following another stinkin’ hot patrol. There’s Sonny, still smilin’- boy, he sure enjoyed those fine scenic excursions out into the bush in search of the Viet Cong, didn’t he! A weary Dennis Polisanao happy to have finishedanother exhausting patrol. . . 2nd Platoon troopers in a Tango Landing Craft headedback to the barracks ship following another Delta patrol. Here’s the Mobile Riverine Force in action. The Navy Tangos was a fine ride alright, it was the gettin’ off that was a bummer. . . Here’s an orphanage nearDong Tam, which wasestablished by a generousUnited States Army. Rick Uhey, front and center during an AlphaCompany inspection at Camp Bearcatshortly before moving downto the Mekong Delta – March 1967. Miniature Golf Course! I never saw no stinkin’ Miniature Golf Course! It seems Alpha Company must’ve kept this a big secret from Charlie Company! What! A swimming pool!? Now this is ridiculous.I never saw no stinkin’ swimming pool! Alpha Company troopers enjoying a one day R & R at a beach in VungTau – South Viet Nam’s resort city – May 1967. A Dong Tam Baptism – I don’t know these men, but I sure hope they survived the June 19, 1967, Battle near Ap Bac Village.