Nguồn Tư liệu: AUSTRALIAN WAR MEMORIAL

BINH GIA, VIETNAM. 1970. CHURCH AT BINH GIA, ROUTE 327 PHUOC TUY PROVINCE.
Binh Gia with Major John Donohue.
Binh Gia with Major John Donohue.
Binh Gia with Major John Donohue.
Binh Gia with Major John Donohue.
Binh Gia with Major John Donohue.
Binh Gia with Major John Donohue.
Binh Gia with Major John Donohue.
Binh Gia with Major John Donohue.
Binh Gia with Major John Donohue.
Binh Gia with Major John Donohue.
Binh Gia with Major John Donohue.
Binh Gia with Major John Donohue.
Binh Gia with Major John Donohue.
Binh Gia with Major John Donohue.
Binh Gia with Major John Donohue.
Binh Gia with Major John Donohue.
Binh Gia with Major John Donohue.
Binh Gia with Major John Donohue.
Binh Gia with Major John Donohue.
Binh Gia with Major John Donohue.
Binh Gia with Major John Donohue.
BINH GIA, VIETNAM. 1967. AN AUSTRALIAN ARMY MEDICAL CIVIL AID PROGRAM (MEDCAP) TEAM FROM 8 FIELD AMBULANCE WITH THEIR LANDROVER AND SPECIALLY FITTED OUT TRAILER IN THE GROUNDS OF THE BINH GIA CATHOLIC CHURCH AND SCHOOL. BINH GIA WAS A REGULAR CLINIC IN THE AUSTRALIAN CIVIL AID PROGRAM....
Binh Gia, South Vietnam. 1968-11. Sapper Robin Simons of Launceston, Tas, pounds in a spike on the new bridge being built to link the village of Binh Gia to the outside world. Looking on is Sapper Derwyn Hage of Wallaroo, SA, and in the background is Sapper Ross Monahan of Sydney, NSW.
Binh Gia, Vietnam. 1966-12. Vietnamese villagers farewell Warrant Officer Bob King of Holsworthy, NSW, as he leaves the village of Binh Gia after four months as adviser to the local defence force.
BINH GIA, VIETNAM, 1966-10. CHAPLAIN JOHN WILLIAMS, ROMAN CATHOLIC PADRE (LEFT) AND SECOND LIEUTENANT D.C. RAINER MC (RIGHT) TALK WITH FATHER DONG IN FRONT OF THE CATHOLIC CHURCH AT BINH GIA. PADRE WILLIAMS AND LT RAINER WERE BOTH MEMBERS OF 5TH BATTALION, THE ROYAL AUSTRALIAN REGIMENT (5RAR)....
1970-04/05, SOUTH VIETNAM. UH-1D IROQUOIS HELICOPTERS OF NO 9 SQUADRON, RAAF, FLYING TO THE WEST OF BINH GIA.
VIETNAMESE WORKER IN RICE PADDY, PHOTOGRAPHED FROM AN M113A1 ARMOURED PERSONNEL CARRIER ON ROUTE 327 NEAR THE VILLAGE OF BINH GIA.
Xa Binh Gia, South Vietnam. 1967-06. Aerial view of huts which house Catholic refugees from North Vietnam.
BINH GIA, VIETNAM, 1967. MAJOR FOX, A DOCTOR AND MEMBER OF AN AUSTRALIAN ARMY MEDICAL CIVIL AID PROGRAM (MEDCAP) TEAM FROM 8 FIELD AMBULANCE, AND THE TEAM'S VIETNAMESE INTERPRETER AND RECEPTIONIST SORTING OUT PATIENTS DURING THE VISIT OF THE TEAM TO THE BINH GIA CLINIC. THE TABLE IS SURROUNDED BY...
BINH GIA, VIETNAM, 1967. AN AUSTRALIAN ARMY DOCTOR AND MEMBER OF A MEDICAL CIVIL AID PROGRAM (MEDCAP) TEAM LISTENING TO THE CHEST OF A VIETNAMESE PATIENT WITH A STETHOSCOPE DURING THE VISIT OF THE TEAM TO A REGULAR CLINIC AT BINH GIA. THE TEAM'S INTERPRETER AND RECEPTIONIST LOOKS ON WAITING TO TAKE...
BINH GIA, VIETNAM, 1967. AN AUSTRALIAN ARMY DOCTOR AND MEMBER OF A MEDICAL CIVIL AID PROGRAM (MEDCAP) TEAM EXTRACTING A TOOTH FROM A VIETNAMESE PATIENT DURING THE VISIT OF THE TEAM TO THE REGULAR CLINIC HELD AT BINH GIA. THE TEAMS SPECIALLY BUILT TRAILER CAN BE SEEN IN THE BACKGROUND ALONG WITH THE...
Binh Gia, South Vietnam. 1969-12. Members of B Squadron, 1st Armoured Regiment, based at Nui Dat, challenged the 655th Vietnamese Regional Force troops based at Binh Gia, to a volleyball match. The Vietnamese soldiers won the match despite the determined efforts of the Australians. An enthusiastic...
RICE PADDIES ALONGSIDE ROUTE 327.
Binh Gia, South Vietnam. 1968-11. The bridge building by members of the 1st Field Squadron, Royal Australian Engineers (RAE), attracted a large crowd of Vietnamese children, as Lance Corporal Bill Jones of Holsworthy Village, NSW, prepares beams for drilling. The construction of the bridge linking...
ARTILLERY DUGOUTS AND PERSONNEL OF THE BATTERY AT FIRE SUPPORT BASE 'MARGE', LOCATED BETWEEN BINH GIA AND THE SONG RAI RIVER, OFF ROUTE 327.
Xa Binh Gia, South Vietnam. 1967-06. Vietnamese children watch and wave from the side of the road as armoured personnel carriers (APCs) of A Squadron, 3 Cavalry Regiment, drive through the village.
Xa Binh Gia, South Vietnam. 1967-06. Vietnamese children watch and wave from the side of the road as armoured personnel carriers (APCs) of A Squadron, 3 Cavalry Regiment, drive through the village.
THE SHALLOW GRAVE OF 11 VIET CONG KILLED IN AMBUSH LATE IN 1970 NEAR BINH CHAU. THE GRAVE HAD BEEN DISTURBED BY PIGS.
CHILDREN FROM THE VILLAGE OF BING GIA WASHING DOWN AN ARMOURED PERSONNEL CARRIER PARKED IN A RICE PADDY OFF ROUTE 327.
SOUTH VIETNAM. 1971. A ROADSIDE SIGN BETWEEN SAIGON AND LONG BINH, BEARING AS THE ENGLISH TRANSLATION OF THE VIETNAMESE WRITING "DON'T SHOOT INTO PAGODA, PLEASE". IN THE BACKGROUND IS A BUILDING PRESUMED TO BE THE PAGODA.
Binh Gia, Vietnam. 1966-10. Members of the 5th Battalion, The Royal Australian Regiment (5RAR) brass band give a concert for children in the village in Phuoc Tuy Province. Front row, left to right: Private (Pte) Barry Pemberton of Ingham, Qld; Pte Mick Poole of Dromana, Vic. Back row: Pte Geoff...
Binh Gia, Vietnam. 1966-10. Members of the 5th Battalion, The Royal Australian Regiment (5RAR) brass band, which regularly gives concerts in Phuoc Tuy Province villages as entertainment for the locals. Playing to an audience of children are Private (Pte) Barry Pemberton of Ingham, Qld (front) and...
Binh Gia, Vietnam. 1966-10. Private John Curtis of Warwick Farm, Sydney, NSW, with Vietnamese children in a village in Phuoc Tuy Province, during a civil affairs sponsored concert. Curtis is a member of the brass band of the 5th Battalion, The Royal Australian Regiment (5RAR).
Binh Gia, Vietnam. 1966-10. The brass band of the 5th Battalion, The Royal Australian Regiment (5RAR), entertaining a crowd of young Vietnamese villagers in the Phuoc Tuy Province, during one of its civil affairs concerts. Bandsmen, left to right: Lance Corporal Bill McIntyre of Gaythorne, Qld,...
Vietnam. 1966-12. Bombardier Ray Buxton of Chester Hill, NSW, carries an injured Vietnamese boy into an Australian Army Helicopter which flew him from Binh Gia village to the nearby Australian Task Force (ATF) base for medical treatment. The boy hurt his face when he fell from a bicycle.
Binh Gia, Vietnam. 1966-12. A young Vietnamese boy riding a bicycle is the centre of attention. He has tied a half inflated balloon to his bicycle frame and the noise it makes as it brushes the rear wheel spokes is much like a two-stroke motorcycle engine. The other children watching him find this...
A VIEW OF BINH GIA DURING THE WET SEASON. PHOTOGRAPH TAKEN FROM A NO 9 SQUADRON RAAF HELICOPTER DURING AN OPERATIONS MISSION.
Binh Gia, South Vietnam. 1968-01. Craftsman Geoff Astle of Tarragindi, Qld, a member of 7th Battalion, The Royal Australian Regiment (7RAR), is handed a bundle of letters written to Australian soldiers by a Vietnamese school teacher and her class. The idea was given to the children by the Vinh Ha...
Binh Gia, South Vietnam. 1968-01. Private George Keller of Yandina, Qld, tries to comfort a small Vietnamese boy during a Medical Civil Aid Project (MEDCAP) visit to his village, north of the 1st Australian Task Force (1ATF) Base. The child is being held by it's mother who knows that the team is...
Binh Gia, South Vietnam. 1968-01. Corporal Bob Straub of Rosanna, Vic, holding a Nhong bird, the Vietnamese variety of the Australian talking magpie, with him is the bird's Vietnamese Montagnard owner. Usually the black bird with a yellow or red streak around its throat is found in the Vietnamese...
RAAF IROQUOIS HELICOPTERS SET UP AS GUNSHIPS AT LUSCOMBE FIELD, NUI DAT. .
A suspected Viet Cong (VC) prisoner, at an Army of the Republic of Vietnam (ARVN) fort north of Binh Ba, sits beside fifty tons of rice sacks discovered in a VC food dump by members of 5th Battalion, The Royal Australian Regiment (5RAR). The rice was sent as aid to South Vietnam and the bags were...
Blindfolded prisoners, suspected to be Viet Cong (VC), crouch at an Army of the Republic of Vietnam (ARVN) fort north of Binh Ba, awaiting interrogation regarding fifty tons of rice located at a VC food dump by members of 5th Battalion, The Royal Australian Regiment (5RAR). The rice was sent as aid...
Trooper Brian Marshall of 1 Troop, A Squadron, 3 Cavalry Regiment, cooking on a spirit stove beside the track his M113 Armoured Personnel Carrier (APC) being watched by a Vietnamese man and a group children named Qua, Duc, and Wee-On. The spirit stove is part of the kit issued with each APC.

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