Update on the Untouchable,The truck has been in storage for the winter.
Tom took it out for a function on Vietnam Vets day he was in a caravan
that went to six local city’s to there memorials.We are getting ready
for our first distance run the 359th reunion in Branson MO.
That time of the year again, hope everyone have a Great Easter and Eat Plenty of Ham and Turkey, later Bruce
Photo submitted by Dana Stoddard, 50 Gunner, 363 TC.
Posting this for marine48 Michael Dougherty. This is an armored trac. There was only 18 of them in Vietnam. Just click the pic to enlarge.
Lets try another roll call. We got 173 members, so we should get a lot more than the 12 we got last spring. Just comment to this post to say you are here and your unit or anything else..
Where did all the steel plate come from on the guntrucks ?
More than 50 percent of all tonnage delivered to troops in Vietnam is petroleum products. The mammoth operation of petroleum supply and distribution is planned, administered, and regulated by 1st Log’s Directorate of Petroleum, located at command headquarters in Long Binh. Through the U.S. Army Support Commands at Saigon, Qui Nhon, Da Nang, and Cam Ranh Bay, the petroleum products are received, tested, and distributed to U.S. Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine, South Vietnamese, and other allied forces, and various civilian agencies throughout the country.
Frank Palmer, our latest member, Submitted this photo of Gunfighter. Frank built this truck in Chu Lai 70/71 while in the 23rd S&T.