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Little John, Two5018 Reads
QuiNhon Airfield Security Detachment
My scheduled time to go to the tower was 0400 but it seems that the SOG had been calling the tower and not getting any response from the troop on duty at that tower.
Note: by Sp4 Little John, QuiNhon Airfield Security Detachment
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