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Army photo - front line briefing
Ruplenas, Peter P., SFC
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San Mateo Public Library
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San Mateo Public Library
San Mateo Local History Collection
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LTC Joseph B. Rogers (Chicago, Ill.), CO, 1st Bu, 327th Inf, 101st Abn Div, holds a front line briefing on his unit's situation with BG Willard Pearson, CG, 1st Bde, 101st Abn Div, by the General's helicopter in a field near the 1st Bu, 327th Inf Command Post area, during Operation "Harrison". 1966. Photo by SFC Peter P. Ruplenas, US Army Sp Photo Det, Pacific. CC 33707. Republic of Vietnam.
1 photographic print; 20 x 25 cm
Military officers
Military personnel
Military uniforms
Military vehicles
Vietnam Conflict, 1961-1975
101st Airborne Division
U.S. Army
Rogers, Joseph B
Pearson, Willard
Operation "Harrison
Republic of Vietnam

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