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       I just returned from a vacation in Vietnam which included a few days in Da Nang. I was not familiar with Camp Horn when I was there but I took several photos of what I quickly realized were former US installations. In fact, the hotel I stayed in, the Golden Sea, was built on the south side of Pham Van Dong St, on land that was once part of Camp Horn. Maybe it's the ammo dump?

 

Golden Sea Hotel - Built on Hq 3rd Maf

Map directions to Golden Sea Motel

Bridge from Da Nang

 

1-Views from Plane

2-This one is looking SW out of my hotel room back towards Da Nang

3 - Han river

4 - Han river north

5 - Monkey Mt  N/E

6 - Monkey Mt north

 

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8 - This one is looking directly east towards china beach. There's an access road there that runs just behind right behind the shore line and past Marble Mountain Marine Air Station

9 - monkey mt

10 - Looking out at the tarmac from my plane

  

11 - Looking dead on at the wall

12 - I'm much more confident about these photos. Hard to mistake hardened aircraft shelters

13 - I think this one was the best with the white guard tower. I really wish now I would

have taken the time to check things out closer to see if I could visit, but ah well

14 -  I wasn't able to get too close up because I didn't know how sensitive anyone was about people getting too close to these

 

15 - Again I was paranoid so I had my father stand near the edge of the terminal building as if I was taking his photo to get this one

16 - You can see the beach access road that I don't think was there during the war. China Beach was immediately behind me.

Also the Viet structures in red and yellow that were put up afterwards

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