Mortars Platoon, C Company, 4th/47th Battalion, 2nd Brigade Page 1,2 Richard hangin’ out with James Ericsson between patrols at Dong Tam. Richard lookin’ good with his trusty M-60 Machine Gun and lookin’ forward to the next patrol – sure. Need a name – MortarsPlatoon Trooper. Richard on a smoke break duringa Mekong Delta patrol. Mortars Platoon TrooperRonnie Gann. Jimmie Salazar and his 2nd Platoon buddies inspecting a V. C. tunnel. Young woman with child during Q & A. Our favorite little river boats that constantly took us to some really bad places. The Navy dropped us off so that we could trek about the countryside – then picked us up several days later. Charlie Company leaving the USS Benewah for a patrol. Charlie Company troopers on another fine little trek out into the countryside. Bob French thinkin’, what the hell am I doin’ here. He was wounded on June 19, 1967! ARVN Army Troopers on patrol with C Company. Richard taking a break. Home Sweet Home on bunker guard duty. Richard on bunker guard duty with his favorite littletoys – M-60 Machine Gun & M-16/Starlight Scope. One of Vung Tau’s busy streets. One of Richard’sand John’s favorite vacation destinations. Richard and his buddies on Rest and Relaxation in Taiwan and wishin’ they were finished with Viet Nam.That’s Richard skiing and John Sclimenti standing. Hello John Sclimenti! You were Charlie Company’strue comedian. Manythanks for keeping ourspirits up! Richard, this photo was taken say, approximately 100 lbs ago, 1967……hmm? Harhar! Who is this guy?Richard cannot rememberhis name.