Bu Dop
A-341 5th SFGA (PCS)
A-133, 5th SFGA (TDY)
A-30, 5th SFGA (TDY


 

Gary Lamberty SP5
usually worked as an 05H4S or 05B4S 
John Boykin Mike Parks
Charles A. (Charlie) Noyes Sgt.
Medical Specialist
Bob Harrison Demo
A-133
 Johnny Kinder E4
62B20
C.Wayne Shepard SP-5
12B4S
Paul Posey, Sgt
91B3S
Terry Gunter, [SGM, Ret.]
95B4SHJ
TDY Team
Melvin Hayes, SGT.
Medic
A-133
John J. (Seán) Fitzpatrick SP4
Reporter/photographer for Green Beret magazine

Edward Eskola, Jr.1LT
31542

Thomas Payne, E-5
Engineer
Chung, George SCU Interpreter Deitz, Robert T. 2Lt/1Lt [Colonel, Ret]
31542


(Team Members in Sept '69. Info from Charlie Noyes.)
Capt. Harlan Van Winkle, C.O. 1st.Lt. Fager, X.O Mike (Buddha) Zielinski, CAPO
MSG Seales, Team Sgt. SFC James Smyth, I&O NCO SSG Gifford, Medical Superviser
Sgt. Charles Noyes, Medical Specialist SFC Gilbert Aparis, Commo Superviser Sgt. Mike Parks, Commo Specialist.

Camp opened by A-30, 5th SFGA
(Information from Frank Treadwell, MSG, (Ret.))

A-341 Bu Dop Phuoc Long Province Opened: Nov 63 31 Dec 70 converted to ARVN Ranger *

* CMH Publication 90-23. Department of the Army. Washington, D.C. 1989 (First Printed, 1973); Appendix C

Bu Dop and Bu Gia Map were manned by split A-341. A-341B at BGM was pulled back into Bu Dop just prior to an attack during Jul 65. It was reopened as A-344 in Apr 67 by men from A-341, 342 at Dong Xoai and 343 at Duc Phong. I believe it stayed open until sometime in 69-70 when it was turned over to the VN 36th Ranger Bn. (Info from Jim Meade)


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