Phan Rang Feb 67 Viet Nam Map
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Phan Rang Flying around Phan Rang
 
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Phan Rang Look for the houses among the rocks.
 
Phan Rang Captain John Davidson, XO of the 390th TC.
 
Phan Rang Making salt the old fashioned way, by evaporating salt water.
The old fashioned way is to build a shallow flat area with small walls.  Then the area is flooded with ocean water.  Then the water is allowed to evaporate.  When only the sea salt remains, then it is shoveled up for delivery.

Phan Rang Fishing village.
 
Phan Rang Tin Lizzie evolves.  Aluminum runway planks added to the roof to make a work platform.  A landing light added for working at night.  Hey, the Tin Lizzie was a work vehicle, not just for fun.
 
Phan Rang c Phan Rang Ted Tippets left, the still skinny Al Bruss right.
 
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Slippery Dees left, Williamson and others center, Clyde Mobley right.

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The palace (left) of Sergeant Levone Weeks, a true practitioner of the Ayn Rand Theory of Selfishness.  As Sgt Weeks took care of himself, we all gained.  He build his palace and we started to get real buildings (center).  We were even building a shower house.

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Sgt. Weeks is on the left, Al Bruss in the center, unknown on right.