Camp Carroll  Page 2
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A couple BW photos of the sun setting at Camp Carroll,  
being artistic and trying to catch the moment at our end of
the camp.
I called this the antenna farm,
gave the NVA (The Bad Guys) a
target to shot at.
Photos by Carl Stone
Camp Carroll was on a
plateau with valleys all
around it and the two sides
north and west had short
valleys that rose to
mountains. Call it fog or
low clouds but I hated it.
Who wouldn't love the big boy toys, even if they are Army, we were all on the same side
wearing green. Watching fireworks on the surrounding hills was always entertaining.
Photos by Carl Stone
Photos by Carl Stone
Working party doing what we all did, build
and fix the radio bunkers when not doing
somthing else.
As the camp grew so
did the need for power
to all the equipment.
Photos by Carl Stone
Photos by Carl Stone
This was our showers at Carroll,
you had to lug 5 gallon cans of
water up the ladder and let it sit in
the tank for a few hours to warm
in the sun. Or find some kerosene
and try and make the heater work.
Photo on the right is another
angle of the shower and a bunch
of comm guys building a new
bunker.
Photos by Carl Stone
Photos by Carl Stone
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James Napier and
Cpl. Ebarre at Camp
Carroll. Mar 68
Photo from James Napier
Larry Larsen from
radio, aka "Lima Lima"
at Camp Carroll. Early
68
Photo from James Napier
Photo from James Napier
John Garretson from
radio in COC at Camp
Carroll. Early 68.
This group of photos with guys
from the Radio Relay section
building a new bunker at Carroll
in March of 68. Durf is wearing
his flak jacket and we all had
them and our helmets within
reach,  You took them off when
the heat got to you and if we
hadn't had any incoming for a
few hours, dumb, dumb dumb.
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Knowles, Lewis and David from
Radio Relay
Clark from Radio Relay
Knowles, David and Lewis from
Radio Relay
Clark, David and Durf from
Radio Relay
Photos by Carl Stone
Photos by Carl Stone
Photos by Carl Stone
Photos by Carl Stone
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