|Is it REAL or is it not?|
This is not a real photograph but rather some tricks that were done on Adobe Photoshop by Charles Penley
|Terry Galat sent this photograph to the|
377th Security Police Squadron and the Tan Son Nhut Association.
The photo depicts a Short Timers Jacket.
|Terry Galat sent this photo showing another 377th Security Police Squadron member standing in front of the unit's armorey.|
|Terry Galat was assigned to the 377th Security
Police Squadron from April 1966 - April 1967.|
He was there when the sappers came onto Tan Son Nhut during the Dec 4 and Dec 5, 1966 attack. Approximately 40 sappers made it on post and destroyed some valuable equipment.
Most of the sappers were killed and eight were captured.
His M-16 is one of the older versions, notice the three prong flash suppressor.
|Terry Galat's photo shows one of the|
Mama-san's who worked out of the K-9 barracks during 1966-1967.
|Terry Galat's photo showing the front of the Base
Chapel, which was adjacent to the old security police compound in the 100 area.|
This is the chapel that was destroyed during TET that took place on Jan 31, 1968.
|Michael Kaplan's photo shows the New Base Chapel. You can see the differences.|
|Kaplan's photo showing Charlie Sector Revetments.|
|Kaplan's photo showing another of the 377th Security
Police Squadron towers.|
This tower was designated Tango-10.
|Kaplan's photo showing the base taxi at the New Base Exchange, adjacent to the 1300 Area.|
|Kaplan's photo showing the 377th Security Police Squadron's Armory.|
|Kaplan's photo showing some of the Bon-Bon stands that were located on Tan Son Nhut.|
|Wood Logo that is simply not a real item.|