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    DANANG Airbase 1964

    Frank Ferry, whilst waiting for a mission, or on routine (on runway) maint.
    Took some nice slide shots, of the various aircraft comings and goings.
    Here for you in Hi-Def, Frank has made them public domain, but please
    credit, if you post them elsewhere. Frank Ferry 339th Transporation Co.
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    DANANG Airbase 1964

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      #3
      Dig those all silver airplanes! Thanks for posting!
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      Very interesting . . .

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        #4
        Should Of Course be NHA - TRANG!

        To much of this stuff in my head.
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          Nha - Trang

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            #6
            Cool pics! Love the two seater 105
            WAF LIFE COACH

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              #7
              Tiger Flight

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                #8
                Great pics, thanks for posting!

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                  #9
                  Love the THUD!
                  YOU CAN NEVER HAVE TOO MUCH RED WINE, TOO MANY BOOKS, OR TOO MUCH AMMUNITION.
                  Rudyard Kipling

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                    Nha Trang 1964

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                      Nha Trang 1964

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                        105s

                        didn't know they had 105's at Da Nang. Note the orange air national guard flight suit on the bear in the F model. great pics!

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                          #13
                          Very interesting photos! I visited the airport in Da Nang a few years ago. It's still being used today by the Vietnamese as a commercial airport. What's interesting is that you have to walk out on the runway, quite a distance, to board the plane. It's still a relatively lesser-developed airport, after all these years later. It doesn't look like things have changed much.

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                            Picture #11:
                            I see a French marked military transport plane I cannot identify. What is it and what are the French doing there in 1964?
                            Looking for Soviet orders and medals for my collection.

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                              #15
                              Great pics!

                              The F-105 is on TDY from a PACAF unit, as no F-105 squadron was ever PCS to South Vietnam.

                              The aircraft in #11 is an RAAF Caribou.

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