218th Military Police Company in Vietnam
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<Left, L-R Miller, Frank Francis, & SGT Sung, '70.
Right, 218th MP Co area, Camp McDermott, early '68.>
Right: Air strike on NVA stronghold on Grand Sommet as seen from the 218th MP Co barracks at Camp McDermott, '68.>
accounts of this operation see "In the News".
The 218th MP Co barracks shown above at Camp McDermott, were similar construction to most Army barracks in Vietnam during the late sixties. The floor of the first level was concrete while the floor above was wood. Sides were slatted to about halfway up with screening from floor to ceiling. The roof was metal as was the awning over the first floor window opening. In smaller groups such as the detachments, troops were sometimes billeted in quonset huts like the one at right in Vung Ro Bay.
Above SGT Paul (Wayne) Kirby, Camp McDermott, 1968, Below in Vung Ro Bay.
Above Left photo SP4 Ken Gasiewski (L) and unks ; Above Right photo SP4 Ernie Rich (L) and Dan Keller (R); Right photo (L to R) SP4 Teddy White, unk, SP4 W.O. Buffkin, SP4 Archie Boggs, Camp McDermott, 1968.
Left photo: David Morisette (LC) in white T shirt and shorts, SSG Patrick Neuroth (RC) in white shirt w/camera. Need help with IDs of others and any in Center and Right photos. Everyone looked forward to those cookouts! Is that steak on the grill? Camp McDermott, Nha Trang '68.
Above, (L) Jack Teatsorth and (R) John Coffman, Nha Trang '68.
Above: L-R Frank Francis, Yeo & Morrison, '70
Right: L-R Sekelsky, Miller, SGT Sung, & Al Mayo (630th MP Co Convoy Escort Plt) , CRB '70. >