A rifle squad of the 1st Battalion, 2nd Infantry, 1st Infantry Division stop to examine a PRT-4 radio transmitter and PRR-9 receiver. All wear the black scarf, unique to the First of the Second. Photo taken: August 1967
Rowridge. - Named after the Rowridge transmitter mast near Newport on the Isle of Wight. Colourway: Face A - Blue-black with black + white marl accent. Face B – Black + white marl with blue-black accent. 92% pure new wool, 8% nylon. 138cm approx.
A trooper of the U.S. 1st cavalry division aims a flamethrower at the mouth of cave in An Lao Valley in South Vietnam, on April 14, 1967, after the Viet Cong group hiding in it were warned to emerge. (AP) ~ Vietnam War