104 Sig Sqn | Album 71

ALBUM 71 - 104 SIG SQN

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John Carr and Sgt John Gunst on a 104 Sig Sqn TAOR Patrol.
71-1.  L-R  John Carr and Sgt John Gunst on a 104 Sig Sqn TAOR Patrol.  John Gunst was the Patrol Commander.   Photo supplied by John Carr [Jun 1969]

 104 Sig Sqn TAOR Patrol getting ready to deploy from the Unit. 
71-2.     104 Sig Sqn TAOR Patrol getting ready to deploy from the Unit.  John Carr on the Left with Radio and WO2 Stan Conlon (SSM) is on the right.   Others ?  Photo supplied by John Carr [Jun 1969]

104 Sig Sqn TAOR Patrol getting ready to deploy from the Unit. 
71-3.   104 Sig Sqn TAOR Patrol getting ready to deploy from the Unit.  John Carr centre with VHF Radio (AN/PRC-25) and Geoff Sanders on the right.  Photo supplied by John Carr [Jun 1969]

Just back from a 104 Sig Sqn TAOR Patrol.  
71-4.  L-R  Colin Hegarty, Lt Bryan Brackin and Unknown.   Just back from a 104 Sig Sqn TAOR Patrol.   Photo supplied by Bryan Brackin [July 1969] 

Note:   Colin has a bandoleer of claymore mines and 104 Sig Sqn HQ, Orderly Room entrance in background on the right. 

Just back from a 104 Sig Sqn TAOR Patrol.     
71-5.  L-R  Lt Bryan Brackin and Unknown.  Just back from a 104 Sig Sqn TAOR Patrol.  Photo supplied by Bryan Brackin [July 1969] 

 1ATF Comcen, manned and owned by 104 Sig Sqn.
71-6.   1ATF Comcen, manned and owned by 104 Sig Sqn.  Photo supplied by Bryan Brackin [July 1969] 

Lt Peter Diddams at the Sqn HQ Orderly Room entrance.
71-7.   Lt Peter Diddams at the Sqn HQ Orderly Room entrance.  Photo supplied by Bryan Brackin [July 1969] 

Unknown and Terrance Sturges just back from a 104 Sig Sqn TAOR Patrol.    
71-8.   L-R  Sgt Dusty Miller (Transport Sgt) and WO2 Terrance Sturges (Foreman of Signals) just back from a 104 Sig Sqn TAOR Patrol.  Photo supplied by Bryan Brackin [July 1969] 

Lt David "Red" Nickols in front of 104 Sig Sqn ACV Callsign 85C (Comcen Forward).
71-9.   Lt David "Red" Nickols in front of 104 Sig Sqn ACV Callsign 85C (Comcen Forward).   Photo supplied by Bryan Brackin [July 1969] 

Unknown working on 104 Sig Sqn ACV Callsign 85C (Comcen Forward).  
71-10.   Unknown working on 104 Sig Sqn ACV Callsign 85C (Comcen Forward).   Photo supplied by Bryan Brackin [July 1969] 

 Inside ACV Comcen Callsign 85C.
71-11.   Inside ACV Comcen Callsign 85C.   L-R (Driver Side bench)  TT-76/GGC (Telegraph Reperforator-Transmitter)  and 2 x SB-22 Switchboards (Ebony Sir!).  Photo supplied by Bryan Brackin [July 1969] 

 Inside ACV Comcen Callsign 85C.
71-12.   Inside ACV Comcen Callsign 85C. L-R (Non Driver Side bench) KW-7 (Telegraph Encryption), TT-76/GGC (Telegraph Reperforator-Transmitter) and  TT-4A/TG (Teleprinter) on the bottom right.  Photo supplied by Bryan Brackin [July 1969] 

 Inside ACV Comcen Callsign 85C.
71-13.   Inside ACV Comcen Callsign 85C.   Driver Side bench.  KW-7 (Telegraph Encryption) getting a blow job.  Photo supplied by Bryan Brackin [July 1969] 

Note:  While most of the communication equipment had problems with the heat in Vietnam, the KW7 Equipment was the biggest problem for Signals.

 Inside ACV Comcen Callsign 85C.
71-14.   Inside ACV Comcen Callsign 85C.   L-R (Driver Side bench) TT-76/GGC (Telegraph Reperforator-Transmitter),  TT-4A/TG (Teleprinter) and 2 x SB-22 Switchboards (Ebony Sir!).  Photo supplied by Bryan Brackin [July 1969] 

104 Sig Sqn ACV Callsign 85C (Comcen Forward).
71-15.   104 Sig Sqn ACV Callsign 85C (Comcen Forward).  Photo supplied by Bryan Brackin [July 1969] 

104 Sig Sqn ACV Callsign 85C (Comcen Forward).
71-16.    104 Sig Sqn ACV Callsign 85C (Comcen Forward) on Nui Dat Hill.  Photo supplied by Bryan Brackin [July 1969] 

Dunstan's Lookout, Nui Dat Hill.
71-17.   Dunstan's Lookout, Nui Dat Hill.   Photo supplied by Bryan Brackin [July 1969] 

Dunstan's Lookout, Nui Dat Hill.
71-18.    Dunstan's Lookout, Nui Dat Hill.   Photo supplied by Bryan Brackin [July 1969] 

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