ALBUM 43 - 104 SIG SQN

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Looking across Tpt Compound at 1ALSG to VC Hill in Background
43-1. Engineers Transport compound at 1ALSG, Vung Tau.  Background VC Hill.  Supplied by Mal Bennett [1969]

Back Beach, Vung Tau  
43-2.  Back Beach at 1ALSG, Vung Tau.  Supplied by Mal Bennett [1968]

Harold Holt Swimming Pool at 1ALSG 
43-3.  Harold Holt Memorial Swimming Pool at 1ALSG, Vung Tau.  Supplied by Mal Bennett [1968]

Checking out local fishing spots near Vung Tau 
43-4.  Checking out the Vung Tau fishing places with the locals.  Supplied by Mal Bennett [1969]

Entertainer    
43-5.  Entertainer.  Supplied by Mal Bennett [1969]

Entertainer 
43-6.   Entertainer.  Supplied by Mal Bennett [1969]

Bridge between Baria and Vung Tau
43-7.  Bridge on Highway 15 near Vung Tau.  Supplied by Mal Bennett [1968]

Huey at the Horseshoe   
43-8. Huey at the Horseshoe.  Supplied by Mal Bennett [1968]

Mal Bennett in one of 104 Strong Points
43-9. Mal Bennett check out a 104 Sig Sqn strong point at Nui Dat.  Supplied by Mal Bennett [1968]

Note:  K Phone on left rear wall for communications back to Duty NCO at Communication Control (COMMCON)

Part of Kangaroo Pad at Nui Dat from air. 
43-10. View from the air of part of Kanagroo Pad and Quarry at Nui Dat.  Supplied by Mal Bennett [1968]

12 FD Regt Transport Sign 
43-11.  Sign at the Artillery Mob at Nui Dat (12 FD Regt).   Supplied by Mal Bennett [1968]

 Village
43-12.  104 Sig Sqn vehicle in a Village most likely East of Nui Dat.  Supplied by Mal Bennett [1969]

Long Binh 
43-13. Long Binh.  Supplied by Mal Bennett [1968]

Note:  HQ 1 ATF with elements of 104 Sig Sqn  supporting operations in AO Birdsville as part of Op Toan Thang II

Sigcen, Long Binh 
43-14.  104 Sig Sqn Sigcen forward at Long Binh on Op Toan Thang II using a CONEX metal shipping containers.  Supplied by Mal Bennett [1968]

Skycrane
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3-15.  Sky Crane (CH-54).   Supplied by Mal Bennett [1969]

Note:  Sikorjky CH-54 could lift 20,000lbs, with a cruising speed of 126mph and a range of 230 miles.

US Army LARC XV-46
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3-16.  US Army LARC-XV-46 on the move.  Supplied by Mal Bennett [1968]

Note:  Lighter Amphibious Resupply Cargo (LARC) Vessel.  XV series 15 tons.

US Army Tank Crew moving house
43-17. US Army M48A3 Patton Tank (47 Tons) - Moving house?  Supplied by Mal Bennett [1969]

Australian Centurion Tanks
43-18.  Australian Centurion MK V/1Tanks (54 Tons).  Supplied by Mal Bennett [1969]

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