Bravo 1/7, Southern Iraq. Bravo 1/7, the last battalion out of Iraq. Submitted by Nicholas Warr.

Chieu Hoi Leaflet. Submitted by Bob Crabtree (69).

Hai Van Pass, Southern Approach. A convoy of U.S. trucks slowly make their way down the road. We used to call this pass the "Convoy Killer". One out of three American convoys were ambushed somewhere along this mountain pass. Charlie Company had the responsibility for protecting these vital supply convoys during January of 1968, just before Tet broke out. Submitted by Benny Benware.

Ho Chi Minh Muoi Dong (Front). Dong captured by B Company from a pay master with thousands in his possession. Submitted by Bob Crabtree (69).

Ho Chi Minh Muoi Dong (Back). Dong captured by B Company from a pay master with thousands in his possession. Submitted by Bob Crabtree (69).

Safe-Conduct Pass. Submitted by Bob Crabtree (69-70).

Christmas Card, 1967. Submitted by Harold Thrasher (March 1967-April 1968).

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