Weller, Stuart Lindsay
|Place made||Vietnam: Phuoc Tuy Province, Nui Dat|
|Date made||c Jan 1968|
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Collection related to 2784336 Signalman Stuart Lindsay Weller, 104 Signal Squadron, and his service in Vietnam between 1967 and 1968.
The pathway to Kangaroo Pad between 104 Signal Squadron’s area and RAEME’s area (to the left), lined with barbed wire, at the Australian base at Nui Dat, Vietnam. One of 477 colour 35mm transparencies taken or collected by 2784336 Signalman (Sig) Stuart Lindsay Weller, 104 Signal Squadron, relating to his service in Vietnam between 1967 and 1968. Sig Weller notes: "After looking closely at the make up of the four rolls of concertina barbed wire that made up the fence, we discovered there was a join in the rolls at the back of our tent. With some careful manipulation we were able to open up a small (and very unofficial) gap in the barrier. This meant we were able to decide if we wanted to attend the nightly picture at 104 or sneak next door and watch whatever RAEME was showing."