1st MIBARS In Vietnam!


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In Memory of Those Who Did Not Return And Whose Fate Remains Unknown

Above: Credit for this graphic goes to The National League of Families and the Congress of the United States of America.  As of 5 August 2010 -- 1,711 Americans remain missing in action from the Vietnam War. 


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The Battalion

The Mission

121 Chi Lang

Temp Hup!

The ARLO


The Imagery Interpretation Section

Imagery Interpretation Section

Tactical Imagery Interpretation Facility (TIIF)

The TIIF: A Closer Look

Evaluating Aerial Reconnaissance Imagery I

Evaluating Aerial Reconnaissance Imagery II

Lessons Learned In Rocket City


The Reproduction Section

The Reproduction Section

The ES-38A Mobile Darkroom

The ES-38A: A Closer Look

Facility Improvement 

Expanding the Repro Capability

Scenes From the Repro Shack


The Delivery Platoon

Delivery Platoon

Hauling Brass

"D" Detachment and the Baby Huey

 Islands In the Sky


The Men of "B" Detachment

Command and Administration Mission Leads/Delivery Platoon Non-Commissioned Officers Command Support

Troopers I

Troopers II

Constructed Roster

"B" Detachment 101


The Hand-Held Camera Program

Origins

First Mission

First Results

Flying With the FACs

The A Shau Valley

Wings Over DaNang

Instructions  From the Pilot

MIBARS On Patrol: 21st  RAC

Recollections From the Back Seat


The I Corps Compound

Camp Tri P. Nguyen "B" Detachment Operations Area Working With the ARVN The Tet Offensive 1968

The City

Welcome to Rocket City


The MIBARS Legacy

The Role of Military Intelligence 1965-1967

Mission Impact

ES-38 Mobile Photography Laboratory

Hand-held Camera Program

Visual Surveillance Programs

Intelligence Keys


The Life

In The Cantonment Area At Ease

Up At the Villa

We Lived In a Palace


The Country

Faces Through A Wall Out and About In Vietnam I Out and About In Vietnam II Recollections of the People and the Times

The Femme

Didi: Dog of War Body Count:  Didi In Action! Didi's Legacy

The Epilogue

What Happened to "B" Detachment?


The Witness

Witness I: Those Who Were There

Witness II: Those Who Were There

From the World Wide Web


The Memory

 A Visit To The Wall -- The Vietnam Veterans Memorial

31 May 2009 -- Memorial Day


Looking Back:

What The Archives of the United States Army Say About the 1st MIBARS


"I left Vietnam, but truth be told Vietnam hasn't left me."


Holley Watts, American Red Cross Volunteer, DaNang and Chu Lai, Republic of  South Vietnam, 1966-1967

From: WomenInVietnam.com, 2008


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