Jim Kuhlman was assigned to the 2/320th Artillery and forward observer with B/1/327th during March 1968 through August 1968 time frame, aka “Magoo”
1/327th troops loading up at foot of FSB Birmingham (grid YD707102) on April 19, 1968 for combat assault to mark the beginning of Operation Delaware
1/327th troops being picked up at foot of FSB Birmingham (grid YD 707102) on April 19, 1968 for assault to establish FSB Veghel during initial hours of Operation
FSB Birmingham (grid YD707102) in late March 1968 shortly after it was established by the 1/327th and days after a ‘friendly fire’ attack by Naval/Marine aircraft
FSB Birmingham in late March ’68
FSB Birmingham, looking west along Rt 547 smoke in back-ground is B/1/327 in contact at Fire Base Henry during road security operation.
Troops of Bravo Co, 1/327th on the Landing Zone during the assault to establish FSB Veghel, April 19, 1968
FSB Veghel and landing zone (green) taken about three months after initial assault of April 19, 1968
Troops of B/1/327th and APCs of 3-5 Cav. conduct route security operations for Rome plows along Route 547 between FSB Birmingham and FSB Bastogne.