A collection of over 200 black and white snapshots taken by a young man stationed in Vietnam, from 1964 to 1965. These photos are housed in two 3.5 x 5.5” Agfa photo boxes. Most of the photographs measure 3.5 x 5.5” but a handful are around 3.5 x 3”. While the photographer never identifies himself beyond “me”, there are captions on the back of a majority of the photos that identify the individuals that the man served with, or describes local scenes. All of the men photographed appear to be making the most of their time in Vietnam, where they went to the beach, spent time with locals, and played with animals. There are also snapshots of the men shooting rounds in the training field and some stunning aerial shots taken from a Huey helicopter. Locations include Wabash Inn, Minh Qui Hospital, Quang Ngai, etc. There are also shots of Montagnard people and a USO show. A terrific collection.