ALBUM 20 - 103 Signal Squadron

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103 Sig Sqn
20-1. Real music in the 103 Sig Sqn ORs 'The Bunchers' ex 'The Pisser' Canteen.
  Photo supplied by John McNeil [1966]

103 Sig Sqn
20-2. ? checking out the Rubber Tree harvesting. Photo supplied by John McNeil [1966]

103 Sig Sqn
20-3. 103 Sig Sqn going home L-R David Gordon, Keith Cleanihan, John McNeill, Peter Connor, ?    Photo supplied by John McNeil [1966]

103 Sig Sqn
20-4.  Members of 1ATF including some 103 Sig Sqn members boarding a 'Wallaby Airlines' (RAAF Caribou) to Saigon to pick up a 'Freedom Bird' back to Australia. Photo supplied by John McNeil [1966]

103 Sig Sqn
20-5.   Paul Wildes sandbagging at the Horseshoe.   Photo supplied by John McNeil [1966]

103 Sig Sqn
20-6. Setting up at the Horseshoe.  Note the AN/PRC-25 VHF Radio Sets with vehicle speakers.   Photo supplied by John McNeil [1966]

103 Sig Sqn
20-7.  Concert at Nui Dat before Luscombe Bowl.    Photo supplied by John McNeil [1966]

103 Sig Sqn
20-8.  Concert at Nui Dat before Luscombe Bowl.   Photo supplied by John McNeil [1966]

103 Sig Sqn
20-9.   103 Sig Sqn at 1ALSG, Vung Tau before moving to Nui Dat.  Photo supplied by John McNeil [1966]

103 Sig Sqn
20-10. Back Beach at 1ALSG, Vung Tau.  Photo supplied by John McNeil [1966]

103 Sig Sqn
20-11. 
L-R ?, John McNeill and Paul Wildes at the Horseshoe.  Photo supplied by John McNeil [1966]

103 Sig Sqn
20-12. John McNeill in his very homely Tent  Photo supplied by John McNeil [1966]

103 Sig Sqn
20-13. Another homely spot
L-R ?   Photo supplied by John McNeil [1966]

103 Sig Sqn
20-14.  Each unit had its own self taught barber.
 L-R  Graham MacKay and David Mynott.  Photo supplied by John McNeil [1966]

103 Sig Sqn
20-15.  Guard house at 1ALSG?  Photo supplied by John McNeil [1966]

103 Sig Sqn
20-16.  Back Beach, 1ALSG, Vung Tau.  Photo supplied by John McNeil [1966]

103 Sig Sqn
20-17.  Signals Vehicles at 1ALSG, Vung Tau.  Photo supplied by John McNeil [1966]

103 Sig Sqn
20-18.  1ALSG, Vung Tau.  Photo supplied by John McNeil [1966]

103 Sig Sqn
20-19.  Radio bunker at the Horseshoe.  Photo supplied by John McNeil [1966]

Note:  The sign says ‘Fort Wendy’ and ‘CIA’ - as a lark because American Engineers were harboured in the Horseshoe at night whilst rebuilding the road and some bridges between Dat Do and Xuyen Moc.

103 Sig Sqn
20-20.   Radio bunker AKA 'CIA at Fort Wendy' at the Horseshoe.   Photo supplied by John McNeil [1966]

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