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Enroute to Khe Sanh - This is a grunts view looking forward. Looks like you had an early version of a map product there. 260 viewsProbably 229th aircraft
Photo provided by LT Charles Brown, C/1/5 Cavalry
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C/227 Log Bird inbound. Hold on to your hooch! - Khe Sanh Area236 viewsPhoto provided by LT Charles Brown, C/1/5 Cavalry
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Khe Sanh area - There was beauty in that War at times. Flying was a time we could relax...until we neared the LZ when it was back to work! 235 viewsHuey probably C/227

Photo provided by LT Charles Brown, C/1/5 Cavalry
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Khe Sahn in background as we headed west to LZ Peanuts. Dust is incoming artillery. 225 viewsPhoto provided by LT Charles Brown, C/1/5 Cavalry
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Another view of Khn Sahn and the total devistation of the area.228 viewsPhoto provided by LT Charles Brown, C/1/5 Cavalry
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B/229 - Call Sign Killer Spade262 views My thoughts when I took this picture was I wished this huey would move out a little. I'm short!

Photo provided by LT Charles Brown, C/1/5 Cavalry
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Log Bird going with the lucky troops probably headed to R & R. - LZ Peanuts or LZ Wharton391 viewsLooks like C/227
Photo provided by LT Charles Brown, C/1/5 Cavalry
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LZ Peanuts from the South with Hill 689 in the upper right. We took a lot of incoming there! 258 viewsPhoto provided by LT Charles Brown, C/1/5 Cavalry
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LZ Peanuts - Laos in the Background271 viewsPhoto provided by LT Charles Brown, C/1/5 Cavalry
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LT Charles Brown - C/1/5 - LZ Jane - May 1968328 views Im headed home in 10 days but find myself going out as an observer in gunships at night. Was the 1/5 S-2 at that time.

Photo provided by LT Charles Brown, C/1/5 Cavalry
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LZ Peanuts - You could not dig deep enough there. We had incoming artillary rockets and mortars every day. 326 viewsPhoto provided by LT Charles Brown, C/1/5 Cavalry
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The view south from the TOC at LZ Peanuts 296 viewsPhoto provided by LT Charles Brown, C/1/5 Cavalry
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