Two digitalized recordings of Quang Tri in 1969
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[Posted on Facebook by Dennis Woytek in April, 2017.]
Det 5, Quang Tri Audio Desk
[Facebook comment by Dennis Woytek] If I remember correctly the transmitter in the rack was the standby transmitter,
the original one used before the 1K arrived.
Quang Tri in 1970 or 1971. Received from Doug Jennings, SP5, USA
"Some of the biggest fans of 'Combat' lived here, on the DMZ."
Posted on Facebook by Doug Jennings SP5, USA 1970-71
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Peter Berlin 1LT, USA Det 5 OIC, 1969
1969 Standing, left to right: (1) Wilbur "Will" Fair SFC, USA Engineer 1969-70 ; (2) Ralphy Dowling SSgt, USMC 1968-69;
(3) Timothy Nichols Sgt, USMC 1968-69; (4) Peter B. Berlin 1LT, USA OIC 1969; (5) Lynn K. Packer SP4, USA 1969-70;
(6) Thomas Deaner SP5, USA 1968-69; (7) Joe Delusio SP5, USA 1969; (8) Unknown;
(9) Francis J. "Frank" Segreto SSgt, USMC 1968-69; (10) Peter Phieffer SP5, USA
In front, left to right: (1, 2 & 3) Unknowns; (4) Caroll Parlor Sgt, USMC 1968-69; (5) David Mossman GySgt, USMC 1969;
Left shortly before this was taken: Dennis Woytek CE4, Seabee 1969; Robert "Bob" Mandler SSgt, USMC 1968
[Posted on Facebook by Peter B. Berlin 1LT, USA OIC, Quang Tri
Names received from Peter via Facebook on November 13, 2013.]
Jim Psak, JO, USN 1970 Posted on Facebook by Doug Jennings SP5, USA 1970-71.
Capt Louis A. Chatelle, Jr., USMC, talking with the AFVN Headquarters in Saigon.
Capt Chatelle, USMC, OIC, Quang Tri Det, and Mr. Albert Sen, Tower Crew Supervisor, inspecting the site for the new television antenna.
The Det 5, Quang Tri van, most likely shortly after it was moved from Det 5, Hue.
AFVN Detachment 5, Quang Tri
AM 10,000 watts 850 KHz
FM 25,000 watts 99.9 MHz
TV 40,000 watts Channel 11
This is the 1K finals in full power.
[Facebook comment by Paul Dean Baldridge] I used to dry my wet socks on the back of the transmitter in late 1969!
[Facebook comment by Tim Abney] That Bauer was good for 50 Watts. That was our main transmitter at KLIK on 1330 KHz.
CE4 Dennis Woytek, Seabee, Quang Tri 1969.
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