218th Military Police Company in Vietnam
Cam Rahn Bay
From it's arrival in Vietnam on 18 Jan 67 until the official move to Nha Trang 17 Mar 68, Headquarters and the main unit of the 218th MP Company was in Cam Rahn Bay.
Above (L to R), CRB 218th MP Co barracks, Company area, and 218th MP Co gun jeeps
Above: Pontoon bridge at CRB, '67.
Above (L to R), 1LT Jim Blankenship, second 218th MP Co in Vietnam CO, 2LT Richard O'Neil, and (the first) 218th mascot.
Above, Sandy Lesnick reading a letter while standing next to Senator Robert Griffin of Michigan, who specifically came to see Sandy in Cam Ranh Bay, Nov '67. Left Sandy in front of troops at CRB, Jan '68.
<Left, Unknown with Clyde Wootan, Cam Rahn Bay, '68.
Above (L to R), CRB Merchant Marine power ships and power generators generate power for CRB facilities in 67, Remnants of CRB village after fire in 67, and members of the 3rd (Convoy) Platoon, '67 or '68.
Above: Hwy 1 under construction '67. Later became a heavily traveled convoy route.
Above: Frank Francis at the Military Police Station, Cam Rahn Bay, '67.
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