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1 Graphic courtesy of:

Harvey D. Clubb, Jr.
834th Air Division, Det 1, C-130 Aircraft Propeller Repairman
May 1968 - April 1970
Tan Son Nhut Air Base, Saigon, Vietnam

A modern-day photograph of myself.
2 Graphic courtesy of: Harvey D. Clubb, Jr.

SSgt Harvey Clubb, Jr. in Vietnam.
3     3a Graphic courtesy of: Harvey D. Clubb, Jr.

This is a December 19, 1969 article and a photograph pertaining to the article.
4 Graphic courtesy of: Harvey D. Clubb, Jr.

Building 1272.
5 Graphic courtesy of: Harvey D. Clubb, Jr.

Building 1292.
6 Graphic courtesy of: Harvey D. Clubb, Jr.

Building 624, the propeller shop.
7 Graphic courtesy of: Harvey D. Clubb, Jr.

Two of our Mama-sans.
9 Graphic courtesy of: Roy Andrea
600th Photograph Squadron
Tan Son Nhut

The photograph on the left, shows the final resting place of 157 enemy killed on Tan Son Nhut, Jan 31, 1968.

TSNA Member, Susie Aherns, translated the sign written in Vietnamese:

"Here lie the soldiers who choose the wrong path and were killed on the 1st day of Tet Mau Than (1968).

"May their spirits rest in peace and bestow peace upon our beloved country Vietnam."
8 Graphic courtesy of: Chattanooga Choo Choo

Many of you have heard about the Chattanooga Choo Choo. This is a photograph of it.

Just a reminder of the TSNA Reunion, Jun 13 - 16, 2013, Chattanooga, Tennessee.



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