Category: 1967

Joey Heatherton in a US Army jeep, 1967

Joey Heatherton in a US Army jeep, 1967

Specialist J. Johnson, 70th Engineer Battalion, circa 1967.

Specialist J. Johnson, 70th Engineer Battalion, circa 1967.

From the source: SSG Harry F. Mitchell (Austin, TX) , a platoon…

From the source:

SSG Harry F. Mitchell (Austin, TX) , a platoon sergeant with “C” Troop, 1st Squad, 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment (ACR), returns fire with a 50 caliber machine gun mounted on a M113 Armored Personnel Carrier. The 11th ACR was conducting a search and destroy mission in the “Iron Triangle” as a part of Operation “Junction City”. The Iron Triangle was also known as War Zone” D “and is approximately 20 miles northwest of Saigon, Republic of Vietnam.

US Army 1st Infantry Division band at Loc Ninh, November 1967.

US Army 1st Infantry Division band at Loc Ninh, November 1967.

princetonarchives:On January 10, 1967, Princeton’s Draft…

princetonarchives:

On January 10, 1967, Princeton’s Draft Information Office opened. It helped students understand what options they had to avoid fighting in the Vietnam War. The “Counterdraft” newsletter was one of the resources available there.

todaysdocument: “COMFORTABLE MAINTENANCE– During a lull in their…

todaysdocument:

“COMFORTABLE MAINTENANCE– During a lull in their flight schedule, Marine Cpl. William H. Mielke, top, and LCpl. Phillip J. Orlando of Headquarters and Maintenance Squadron-36, take a comfortable position before starting to clean the big AD20-8 engine of the H&MS-36 C-117 aircraft.” 30 Dec 67

31 – Aircraft – Maintenance – December 30, 1967, 12/30/1967.
File Unit: Divider/Subject – 31 – Aircraft – Maintenance, 1962 – 1975Series: Black and White Photographs of Marine Corps Activities in Vietnam, 1962 – 1975Record Group 127: Records of the U.S. Marine Corps, 1775 – 


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Christmas for the 4th Marine Regiment at Camp Evans, 1967.

Christmas for the 4th Marine Regiment at Camp Evans, 1967.

“Christmas Menu” for the USAF 366th Tactical Fighter Wing in Da…

“Christmas Menu” for the USAF 366th Tactical Fighter Wing in Da Nang, 1967

From the source: “70th Cbt Engrs. Pleiku, 299th, Xmas 67,…

From the source: “70th Cbt Engrs. Pleiku, 299th, Xmas 67,

Cooper, Painter, Sanders, Kissner, Mahacek, Bonilla, Hancock.”

Frosty the Snowman outside of a chapel, location unknown, 1967.

Frosty the Snowman outside of a chapel, location unknown, 1967.