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These pictures were volunteered by Ed
Bartkoski.  Kilo Company Marine.
ROW 1
Presenters (L-R): Capt. Gonzales
and GySgt. Pointer.  Standing
near tent is 1stSgt. Barnhart
Post Operation Texas pictures-3rd. Platoon
Inspectors, front to back, Lt.
Gangle and SSgt. Wood.
Second Platoon.  Norm
Schaub is 2nd. on right facing
the Lt.
Third from left:  Richard Nimocks,
Robert McDermott, Rick Knight, John
Liedell & Dominic Marconi
ROW 2
Moving from Chu Lai
to DaNang  May 1966
ROW 3
Lou Albert
ROW 4
Two versions of a Panji Pit in the sandy
soil we operated in along the coast of the
South China Sea.
ROW 5
ROW 6
Billie R. Houston (L)
and Jim Cook, 3rd.
Platoon
Sgt. Lester R. Jones,
3rd. Platoon
Sgt. Ed Bartkoski,
3rd. Platoon
Bartkoski and Jim
Cook
ROW 7
Standing: Bartkoski, Sgt.
Bill Cobb, Sgt. Robert
Botkins, ?, ?, SSgt. Schaffer
Kneeling: Loring Tripplett,
?, ?, ?,
Robert McDermott,
3rd. Platoon
ROW 8
Cpl. Edwin Ball and Cpl.
Jim Weathers, Weapons
Platoon
ROW 9
Standing: (right to left)
Edwin Ball, Wpns Platoon
and Loring Triplett, 3rd.
Platoon
Sgt. William "Pappy"
Wheeler, 3rd. Platoon
Possible Snaggletooth  
Island operation?
ROW 10
Standing: Sgt. Cobb,
3rd. Platoon
left to right sitting: Loring Triplett, Robert
McDermott, ?, ?, Vincent Maquinalez,
Sgt. Lester Jones.  Also, Ed Bartkoski
and behind him is Jim Cooke all of 3rd.
Platoon  
ROW 11
SSGT. Robert K. Schaffer
and Sgt. Jones
Standing: Sgt. Cobb,
Sgt. Bartkoski and Sgt.
Botkins. Sitting: Jim
Weathers
L to R: Sgt. Bartkoski
and Cpl. Rick Knight,
3rd. Platoon
Staff Sgt. Schaffer  and Sgt.
Jones, 3rd. Platoon,
Henoko Village,
Okinawa,Sept.-Dec. 1965
Still need names to put
with faces or to help
correct mistakes !!~
The pictures below were supplied by Bill Woods.  Along with
Chuck Latting, we had dinner in Los Angeles in August 2004.
Mess Hall and
Communication tents
Captain Gonzales,
everybodys favorite
Sgt. Warren
Cpl. Lou Albert
Unknown Marine
with his M60
Cpl. Murphy
Staff Sgt. Binkly
Gas Chamber at
San Mateo
Sgt. Hoagland and Cpl. Manning,
3rd. Platoon, Okinawa, Fal 1965
Sgt. Cobb getting his
hair cut by R.M.
McDermott
Bill's home June and July
1966.  Marble Mountain in
backgroung
The pictures below were submitted by Bob Ingraham, Corpsman for H&S Co., Mike Co., and Lima Co.
(1965-66).  Bob was wounded March 5, 1966 on Operation Utah and spent a year in San Diego Navel Hospital.  
Bob's High School friend was the Mike Co. Armourer.  He is presently suffering from dependency problems.
Operation Double Eagle
Lima Company
Operation Utah
Day on of Double Eagle, February 1966
Cpl. Robert A. Burzynski
#1
#2
#3
#4
#5
#6
#7
#8
#9
Row 12
Cpl. Rich Bond,
bottom left
unknown Marines,
could it be Lou on
right?
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Night Ambush
28 August 1966
Bill Wood (L), Joe Gibbs (R)
Memorial Service
and
Order Of Service
Kilo Company, 1st.
Platoon, March 1967
Cpl. Mario (Cookie) Rojas
on radiowatch at Kilo Co.
HQ.  Nov. 06, 1967
Sand Dunes, 10/31/67
Cpl. Rojas with 50 cal
Rojas, Woody and Belvin
Battalion HQ, 10/1/67
"Moose",
Battalion Radio Operator
PFC John Mathes
Cousin of Cpl. Rojas
Cpl. Jerry Tennyson
India Co, July 1967
Cpl Rojas with his M14
March 13, 1967
Mario Rojas (2206885) lives in New
York State with his wife Regina.  They
have been married 40 years and have
two adult children, Tami and Joseph.  
You can find him on Facebook.  Mario
was  with 1st. Platoon on 01/15/1967.
These photos were provided by
Kenneth A. Scrivner.  These
pictures are from the summer of
1966.  Kilo Company 2nd. Platoon.
Pfc. Arrowood and
Cpl. Ski
Pfc. Duval
Sgt. Scrivner
Looks like the base of
Hill 10 near the village of
Nui Kim Son
Sgt. Scrivner
South of Nui Kim
Son...referred to as
the "The Dunes" or
"The Sand Pit"
L to R, Cpl. Sullivan, Pfc.
Duval and Pfc. Bartley.  All
2nd. Platoon
Unknown Marine from
Weapons Platoon.  And
you thought Vietnam was
all jungle.
Downtown Nui
Kim Son
Pfc. Volger, guard
duty at the bridge east
of DaNang
Bunker at the bridge
outpost...I just remember
the rats in this bunker and
how they would crawl all
over you at night looking
for food.
Sgt. Ed Moyer in South
Africa following his tour
in Vietnam with Kilo
Company
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