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1 A N 125 APRIL 1~6B I U A L 0 P S R E P 0 R T HA..._,..., NG TR( RVN NANG. HOA (25 APRIL 1969 J

2 U.S. NAVAL CONSTRUCTION BATTALION AI TEHANCE U IT 301 c/o FLEET POST OFFICE SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA 'N RE~lY Ef ER TO C ifll301,iwre 5213 liar., T MIS 196 From. Tot Suh.i t Comrnandinf': Off"icer, U. S. Naval Construction Battalion Maintel1 U"lce Unit THREE ZERO OUE Co11llll8.nder, U. S. Naval. Construc:tion Ba.ttalions, Pacific Annual Operations Repo1"t for the ne'"t:'iod 26 April 1968 to 25 April lq69 6ubmisai.0'1 of Refa (a) C(!'IC]J)AOINST ~21 ~.1.1) Enel' (1) Annnal Ooe:ratit>ns Renor1: 1. Enclosure (1), ~'ll1!na:l"izes thp activi t i.ns of Consi"..., lction Battalion Maintenance Unit tr~ Z':RO 0.i!8, headouartered at '1,1lanl';' Tri, Republic of Vi~t.na.m, f rom 26 A'Ori 1 iqt)a to?f1 Allril 19h9, and is fo,...,arded in accordance \.6th 1':'efcrence (a). Cony to. -- Di t rlbution Q9pies C0l1CBPAC OT..'i dnal 8: 1 ClnCPACFIJr 1 COHSERVPAG 1 Ca:,fCELANl' 1 COHSERVLANr 1 CO/CBCEN PORmJE 2 (Includes cony for Seabee Historian) COH31NaR 2 COf.1UAVSCOLCONgTl 1 OIC CECOS 1 OO/nCEL 1 HAVIi'AC (Code N;) COnlfA"TsUPPACT DAnA TG C011 ~ trcn 1 COl n!av1i'orv 'DIREarOR OF HAVllL 1 n:::j'~' O'1Y 1 co CTiITT 10? II o-cflmu-i0460/1 (5-67)

3 I. ElfPLOY: i.z!~~ STATUS A. UISSION Construction Battalion ~~ntenance unit T~ ZEJO Olm is under the ad:!li.nistrative control of Ccm::mander, Construction Battalions, Pacific Fleet and under the operational control of Oomoander, Naval Support Activity, Da Nang. The primary mission of CI! IU ;01 is the maintenance and operation of public works and utilities a.t Uaval and i farine Corps Shore Facilities located at Fobard Combat Bases in the I Corps Tactical Zone, Republic of Vietnam. The specific functions of CRm ;01 are I (1) Runway, taxiway, pa.rldnb apron ll1d helo pad maintenance. (2) :Building, T.Tateri'ront structure and road roaintona.ree. (3) I~ntenance and operation of utilities systerns, exce~t expeditionnr;i system3. (4) Operation, maintenance and repair of assigned I Corps Pool electrical generators. (5) Haintcna.."1.CQ of material handling equipment for -~AVST1PPACT Da nang. (6) Hinar constrnctian for Navy,!.;arine, A:rmy and l IACV units in the Northern I Corps. D. E! jploy1.::ml' SITES CHill ;01 is located at four sites in the I Corps Tactical Zone, Republio of Vietnam, as of 25.April (1) 11ain Body, at the Q).l8.IlG Tri Combat nase. This port.i on of ;01 consists of 9 officers and 226 nen. (2) Detail Alpha, at t he An Roa Combat Base, conaistlnb of 1 officer and ;; men.,; (;) Detail Bravo, at the Dong Ha Comba.t Base, consisting of 2 office:.s and 167 men. (4) Detail Charlie, a.t, cons~stinb of 1 officer and 32 men. During the rej0rt':"ncr periou., mr;u 301 has had detacbment;s at f'he SSJ"lll Combat Base and LZ ST1JD (Vandegrift Combat :sase). Add!t i onally, small details have on occasion been sent to accooplish specific projects at Hue, Phu nai, Gio Linh, Hai Lang end other remote areas durinr; this xeporting l1er:' ode I - 1

4 CR ~U ;01 sup orts the follmlin(; unit s in the Northern I Corps of Vietnam. 1. Quang Tri 3rd Harino Division ;rd Barinc ReGiment 4th z.farine ReGiment 9th Narine Regiment 12th lfarine Regiment 3rd Tank Battalion ;rd Motor Transport Battalion 3rd Shore Party 3rd Engineer Battalion 3rd Hedieal Battalion ;rd Reconnaissance Battalion FOrce Logistics Sup_ort Group Bravo 7th Motor Transport Battalion 1rA(;f (vaxi ous units) 1st Brifa,de 5th Infantry Division 580th Signal Company 504th Hilitary Police COr:tpany 63rd Haintenance Battalion 26th General Support Group Provisional l~ine Air Group Dong ITa 12th t ~arines Regiment 1/12 Harines 2/12 lm-ines 4/12 Harines loath Artillery 1/40 Artillery F/26 Artillery I - 2

5 8/4 Artillery 2/94 Artillery 11th EnGineers 9th J.fotor Transport :Battalion Fleet LoGistics Support (hooup :Bravo 3rd Shore Party Sub Unit One Communications Company Headquarters Cocrpany/ ;rd Ha.rine Reg::i..ment Headquarters Company/ Sub Unit 2 JIATCU th ltaintenance Delt a Company/ 3rd Hedica1 Battalion )PS CO 1st Radio Battalion 3. llsad Commander Task Force Clearwater River Division 1st Ar.1TRAC Battalion 14th Engineers 4. An Roa 2/n Ha.rine Artillery 105th Amy Artillery Ha.rine Air Group 16 5th Harine Regiment I - :;

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7 A. On 3 June 1968, CDR WILLIAH E. BtJRDICL relieved LCDR tr:::mrr A. HOUIES (center, photo #1) as Conma.nding Officer, Construction Battalion Haintenance Unit THREE ZERO ONE. During the ChanSl! Of Command Ceremony, the carnr> at Dong J3'a. was fonna.lly dedicated as Camp Spillman, in honor of 13Ul. C'E!AJ.'1L "'S O. SPILLNAIT, who was ldlled when the helicopter in which he \la8 a passenger was shot, J down at Rhe Sanh. II - 1

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9 B. On 2, Jnn'" 1<1~A. DetaiJ Bravo va'} TPl C1t.f\iJ r't'om }{hp Snpl"l lj('lmhf't BIU:() to Landin{!' Zcmp. ST[ID (prcaen-'-;ly tic's1 ('11E".ted Vandep;rift Conbut ~e). o. On 1 Jul,,r lcli'ia, CBm-,OlI B Detail Dr>lta 8.8sunmd maintpnance restlonsibilitieq at Quan C' Il'ri Combut Base D. On ~ SentE'mber lqhfl, Detail Bravo "Tas rp.tumed to Dong Ha ft'om Vandegrift., B. On 28 'Ha""'ch 1 q(,c), CTI I'U-'Ol's main body )'elocated from Don,qo Ha to QllAnf" Tri Conbat 13a.s(". A.t t!)i~ time, Detai l Delta "ran disbanded and Detai] 'B:ravl') "Tas refot'll1en at Don '" He. Combat ase. F. On 16 Anril ]q()q. CRm-lim IS CFl.I '1.l~ at QuFl.np'Trl was fo.:r11'.3j ly deaicated in hot"or of SH2 ID1AHD C. AD.AHS, 1<ilIed at VhF! Sanh. IIT. ENT1l' ~ A(11'IOn '01.:rrj nr; thi s 't'r:t'("t 1'" I i. nr nec"':iod t re: u"j n h",(l:" of CBHU-7,Ol and a ll. (letails Here sl1b,iectec1 to mid~""ml0 ('nern;v o:rti llc'r'r and 'T'()c l ~et attacks. The fnl1cn d rl.p i s a c hy'i"j)"1('11omf'n] l ist of 0'1f'lV atta~"r c.t. Cl~m-101Is erro]oyment liit"c. Dat~ ~yrv. ~p~.-i ~:; - Locnti"n..._ 21) Apri l l q6a One arti l le-rr att ack Don,~.Ha 2q April ]QhR 'rh't'f!f} 0:1'1. i 1JPT'V att acks 'Don". ITa 1 llfa.:v loga One e>rti11(''t'''v' ati:ac1: Donn:, P.'a 6 1'Ia.v 1 Q(,0, One a:rti110r;r att uck D0n rr He. 10 Hav. qha One arti1 'J -_ l""r at j~acj;- Donr o Ha 11 Hay 1 q (;8 'l\m arti l1 e-ry at t.l1.c l ~n Don~ ITa 11 Hay ]n fl n ()np.,...t i 11 i"i-r--t a.~, Lacl Don "'" Jia a" 1 C) (;r. "'\)'o ar+ ill~t''' ai' t < cln'l Don i" Jfu. Sh"'r'-.:ln('] o.:"\. -'9.r-'(,,-TaS 81l stai n,?rl hv \'re.t er {lt nramf"' t. anl:n [I t; r. BliTT- ~, 01 If] \ ;a t~'t' TlQ i nt. 1 r:; Hnv lqi1p. On,., m't; 111":r.r attack 1)C)rlr.' Hn 19 I!a.v ] q';a Onp n.rti IlflT";',l" af-.i.ack DOl1r... Ha '27 Tray FlhR 'Ph-pc ari. i Urrr at.tar:1 s Don"'" T-Ia 2A H.a.,--v lq(ja {'Inc arti 11 F'T'V at ~[.1.d Don: r Fa,n Nay 1 q(ir On" o:1"ti 11 (\~r [3.1: tac1- :nc"nc'" ito. III - 1

10 ~ Ḏate 2 June June June June June 1968 Enem.y Action One arti11er,y attack Location Dong Ha. Dong Ira Qua Viet On 13 and 14 June several rounds impacted within Detail Charlie I s area at. The electrical ~ was destroyed, two ne'\ol 1110 KW generators and nine pieces of construotion and material handling equipment were damo.ged. 19 June June 1968 One artill ery attack CuB. Viet Dong Ha At B"proximntely 16;0 on 20 June, the Dong Ha Amzlunition Storage Point ~as ignited by ene~ a=tiller,r. A continous seri. of se~r.n0~j explonions l asted until 27iOO thnt evening wit h sporadic el.'tllosi ons conti nuing throu,- h t he rest of the next day. CHIU-30l sustained mnor da,mag-e t o t r,ree pieces of e quipment, had one tho ton st2.ke truck d st rayed, l ost l ubric'ctian oi l "rorth ~2 JO O, and sust ained (1amage t o fort ;r-nine (49) Camp buildings tot aling $7,100. 2l June June ljl68 27 June 1968 ~o June July ~.July q J uly 1968 'li August 1968 'i' vo artillery attacks One arlillery a t-cack One artillery at tack One ~-tillery attack One artillery att ack OnC! arti llery at ~nck LZ s'run Cua V et One artill ery attack 6 AUf-'Ust 1968 Ona arti lj.ery atta.ck III - 2

11 lliili!. 7 Aw~mlt ]968 8 AU~lSt lq68 Bn~ Actio12 Onn artillf:!")r nttll.ck Onn arlillory attilclr ena Viet/tonI":" lin. Cua. Viet/Don(': Ha 9 AUF,Ust 1068 DOM He. recelved 51 r-mmds of rusdi:rected "f-ri.endly" artill"lr;'/' fi re 13 Au:~1St Aur,ust Au{"Ust l q68 One -rocket at ta.cl ~ One rocket attac:k Quang Tn CUrt Viet Quang Tri 26 Au~st '10 nrtillery at to.c1- An Iloa. 26 Au,~lst 19h8 One H1"ti lie!,...r I'l.ttack Don"" Ho. l~lp.ven niecrs of 1mit e (111i1"m0pt H~"'(' dnnared ~u'!"i nr.: thi s att a.r:k. 211 Aur:;'11st lq6a,1 Au{,:unt 1968 ~. Sent. 19r-iR One attack T\.T('I attacl~ Onp. :rock'1t a-1; tack 1l.n qoa An Hoa O;t.v mp.' Tl'i. 1 SeTlt. lc)611 One artill f?'... c at t o.c!-- An fioa 1 0 S<?nt. l C) f)a 21 s~" t A OnH a:cti l 1c'!"T attack ','uo n:;:-'ti IIp.:r''.'r attv.c'-o Cun Vi et An Hoa 2? Oct. lq68 eme 8.rtj 11('r" at ;~ a("'k Don '.'" ~a 7) () 0ct. 1 C)hA One a'" l;ii l n,..y D.t t i'. d~ Don r" Ha 1! ~ov Dec. 1Q.)8 'j";l ('\ a,..ti ll" t"t Q+; t.::ck ~ D" ll'" Fa Th'1.p Jan ?/27, F~b lq69 AJ"I' mnitiol1 s t o l'a(,;\? b OX8fl lintn rr the '~l1mm"r at A.r1 'l"tt)d ',If''!re b1mnl 1]",) b:t ennn'f [\.~t i nn C~.l1~.l.n r' do.ru "'l'; t " T'lJ l"\t [:~ r. 1 HaT. ] qf:i9 Lortc'T) artillcr:r an ct rockrt attack 'Io-rtar, nrt i l 1()1... unci r0ch 't attllc'( An Rca An Lfon 'I> lrrri; r, al'1.,i.1101'm" 8.'1.1 :roc"!'+' 11 ~U~]~ An T-:oe III - ~

12 D~ Enegy Aotion Looation 3 Har Rooket attack An iloa 8 l.far Rockot OlId mortar attack An Hoa 10 Mar Rooket and mortar attack An Hoa 1? l-iar Rocket attaok An Roa 17 Har. 1(')69 Rook~t and mortal" attack An Roa 19 r tar Rooket and morta~ attrck An Eoa 20 }far. 1q69 1-fO'~tll;:O attack An Hoe. 2.1 MaT'. 1q69!lorlo:1" attack An IT()a 4 Apr. 1q69 Roc1,:ot attack An Hoa q ApT. 10 6<) r ;ortuj" attack An Roa Pi Apr l Io,:"tar attack An :Ioll 22 A,r. 1q69 Rockr"t attack Cue Vip.t ni - 4

13 IV. HAJOR PRO~",]1S A. Lacl~ of construction materials in September throudl Novenber The r.lp.ssive I!ER (~~ni.mum ESBential Requirel'l9nt) constructi on proe;ram during those month!] diverted all oom:'lon construction materials to cantonment construction. None was available for routine maintenance md minor construction..an increased supply inventory- and the completion of the }mr progr.am has since permitted routine and assured supply of vital materials. During the HER program most of the builders of CRm 301 were assigned to support of Naval Con5t~JOtion Forces efforts in construction of facilities a.t i,l\l8jlg Tri. B. The Unit lias below' personl'lel allowance from DeceI!lber 1968 to the end of this reporting period. The shortage, up to 100 men out of an / allowanoe of 481, was conoentrated in the Group VIII ratings. This condition has adversely affected the Unit's road maintenance capability, adequate Benerator maintenance, and backlog of minor construction. Further, in Vieli' of the shortage being concentrated in the Group VIII ratings, a reduction in the direct labor percentage has evolved. C. The oommand has been concerned 1.fith the direct labor output continuing at a level be1ot.,. 45%, the desired eoal. One conclusion is that the division of the Unit into t",o camps of about equal strength, Dong Ira aj. d Quang Tri, has required duplication of facilities and services, planning, estimntine- and engineering staffs, communicat.:lon watches, dispensaries, night security watohes, eto., and has made goal attainment particularly difficult. IV - 1

14 6. Trunc Son Refugeo Camp at Cam Lo: A eeven-roor:1 school for Buddhist refugee children has been dosi{,l'!ed and plaru1eld by onm 301 J:lersonnel. Construction began \-lith the formal ground breaking ceremonies April 20th. One hundred fifty students will be acoommodated in the first phase. Vietna.Jeoe are providing stilled labor,mile Seabeea provide material and technical assistance. (Photo =: 4) 1. CUa Viet: Personnel from Detail Charlie contributed their stills Sl d material to the construction of a nel, elementarj school for their VietnBJOOse neie;hbors across the Qua Viet River. 1. Letters of C011lr.lenciation Bl d Appreciation: Medals a.nd Awards a. Bronze Star: 1 I,~JG lia.rtin ; ljx (Fhoto #5) b. Navy Comnendation t :edal, 4 1l Eoes Jose:ph t,!. EJl~CIi 2-5',,/2 Zduard C.!DANS 3 S\~2 John E. REEt 4) E02 '.filbert L. CAEL 1 c. Uavy Achievement f i:edal; 2 (1) C!~CS Donnld Lee DI1l.L (2) CSl Ra~""ond V. TEI:!:r!!H d. Good Conduct : :edaj.: 3 1) S])2 Rodrigo Jimenez DlJiZ 2) YN1 ',1/301t or Rae REICHH.AI~ 13) th'2 Paul G. LAV.c:I.J..A e. Republic of VietIl.atl Oampaign Hec1al: 533 f. VietnaJa Servi ce I!"cd.lll: 533 s. PW.1l1e Heart: 12 cn Larry.r. 8COl"'l' CIT Jomes t. FIDIDmICY. S ely iii.chael D. LOliGAlmC!am mert Emr.'\ett J. FITZGE:.R,D E02 Ivan F. DAVIS CE2 Robert E. FOGAL S'J3 Jo.xoo 8 ]I. HAHU ff'it; Ronald ::;:. BORTEAS BHCtT I SMC.1ILLIAHSOU s."cn Jeralc_D. H!!!AVER S1,12 Robert E. BCCLI':8TOB" :8U3 1!illiam TENIIIS V - 15

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