We have received so many photos of the local people and scenery that we selected a few for old times sake.
This website is not approved or endorsed by, nor in any way affiliated with, the Department of Defense or the US Army Military Police Corps.
Copyright 2008-2013, The 218th Military Police Co in Vietnam, all rights to reproduction in whole or in part without express written consent is prohibited.
View of a portion of Hwy 1, '68.
Nha Trang, '68.
Near Nha Trang, '68.
Busy gas station in Ben Hoa, '68.
Marketplace downtown Nha Trang, '68.
The rice paddy, producing the mainstay of the local economy, '70.
Many ornate religious buildings in the countryside were destroyed by the VC/NVA. This one was located along the road to Phan Rang. '70.
<Left: Many hours of back breaking work were involved in growing rice. Su Chin, '70.
A different version of "work at home." This lady sells goods right outside her front door in Su Chin, '70.
Another destroyed church, this one near Dalat, '70 or '71.
Bicycles were the most used form of transportation other than walking. Here two school girls stand next to a mass of typical bike parking, Nha Trang, '67.