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Who was the lucky guy to wear that red suit in that heat?
Mostly it was hard to tell one day from the next, then suddenly it was Christmas, or maybe just a day in December when the Bob Hope show came and if you were lucky you got to see it. For some it was another day to work and try to catch a glimpse over your shoulder.
Above three photos, Walt Stevens (others unknown) on duty at the Bob Hope Christmas show, Cam Rahn Bay, Dec '68.
Above: Waiting for Bob Hope and the girls, can you believe it's December? Cam Rahn Bay '68.
Above, Menu from Christmas '68. Just like home (?), not really but they tried. The Commander's Message (Right). No political correctness was required in those days.
Above: Paul Concowich and Unknowns decorate the Christmas tree, Cam Rahn Bay, '67.