1st Platoon, C Company, 4th/47th Battalion, 2nd Brigade Page 1,2 “Detroit” Dave Davidson on patrolnear Camp Bearcat – March 1967. Don Peterson contemplating a bath in a stream near the Rubber Plantation. Dave Jarczewski caugh in a pensive moment. James Nall hangin’ onto his “over-under” and enjoying himself patrolling near Bearcat. 1st Platoon’s true“Fighting Warrior”! Charlie Nelson. 1st Platoon Trooper, SteveHuntsman taking a short break. Paul Roy enjoying a feast on his special picnic china at a bunker near the Rubber Plantation. Here’s John Sclimentifeeling a bit melancholy . Kirby Spain thinkin’ about the next patrol… SSG. Ted Searcy and Lt. Charles “Duffy” Black inspecting a Viet Cong camp in the Rung Sat. This was likely the last photo taken of Lt. Black as he was killedApril 13, 1967 in the Rung Sat. 2nd Platoon’s Willie McTear tryin’ to catch some zzzz’s at Dong Tam. Willie McTear tryin’ to get directionsback home to Las Vegas from the Nam. After several beers, Mike Kalscheur is inspired to write home. Richard Northcott (on the left) and friends hangin’ outon the USS Benewah between patrols. 1st Platoon Troopers storming ashore in a mock assault near Dong Tam staged for General Westmoreland’s review of the Mobile Riverine Force – July 5, 1967. There’s John Young in the center about to leap off the landing craft. “Full Circle” is John’s description of this encounter. During his May, 2000 trip to Viet Nam, John (back to the camera) is introduced to a former Viet Cong soldier who was in the July 19, 1967 Battle near Ap Bac Village. This man in the blue shirt, was a member of the Nha Be Battalion – he stilllives in a small village, a short walk from the battlefield. A Navy Monitor under fire and responding in kind. John Young’s May 2002 trip to Viet Nam – John at front and Doug Wilson behind. The two Vietnamese sitting across from John fought against us during the June 19, 1967 Battle. This hooch is right on the battle site. John learned that we were actually fighting against 3 V.C. Battalions rather than 2 as previously reported. USS Benewah – Home sweet home to the Mobile Riverine Force troopers.