From: Andrew Ansenberger [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Saturday, December 28, 2002 11:22 PM
To: Miller, Gregory Mr. (1PERSCOM-POD)
Subject: RE: I too served at Camp Red BallHere are a few more Camp Red Ball pictures from the Tet 68 days. I never heard of Tent City One, but I remember the 38th BPO people at the Red Ball Club. Was the mortuary at Camp Red Ball or at Tan Son Nuht? I remember peeking into it but I don't remember which place. Andy-----Original Message-----
From: Miller, Gregory Mr. (1PERSCOM-POD) [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Wednesday, December 18, 2002 6:51 AM
Subject: I too served at Camp Red Ball
At that time I was a PVT or PFC with the post office, the 38th BPO. I remember well the trench in the middle of the base. I also worked for a short time when we first arrived at the mortuary handling personal effects.
During the TET offensive I was at Tent City one. Think that was what it was called but we still had a lot of our soldiers at Camp Red Ball.
I used to perform guard duty while one of the transportation drivers picked up conexes at the docks.
Anyway, I went on to serve 20 years (after a 2 year break in service) and now I'm a DOD civilian in Germany.