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”
FSB Veghel in its early days of preparation, late April 1968.
Irregular troops (Lao/Montagnard) on FSB Veghel, late April 1968.
NVA-built ladder in trees led to NVA observation post.
FSB Veghel, late April 1968.
Bringing in the 155s.
CPT James “Bwana” Shepherd,
CO, B/1/327th & 2LT Jimmy F. Kuhlman, HHB, 2/320th Artillery F.O. for B/1/327th on FSB Veghel (grid YD550035), May 1968
“B/1/327: RTO Randy Bell (left) and platoon sergeant SFC Morton (right) during security duty on FSB Veghel (grid YD550035), May 1968.”
2LT Jimmy F. Kuhlman, FO, B/1/327th Infantry, with derelict NVA truck along Route 547, located a few kilometers northeast of FSB Veghel, May 6, 1968
Troops of B/1/327th Infantry at NVA arms cache site northeast of FSB Veghel along Route 547, May 6, 1968. CPT. James “Bwana” Shepherd, CO, sitting on right
2LT Jimmy F. Kuhlman, Forward Observer for B/1/327th Infantry (left) and LT Metheny, Platoon Leader, B/1/327th Infantry during a short stand-down at Camp Eagle, May 1968