Fire Support Base Bunker Hill Convoy
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This Page Last Updated    3 January 2015
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    Not much is know or verified as to the history of FSB Bunker Hill as of this posting. Current available information from a member of 1st Battalion,12th Artillery Brigade, 3rd Brigade, 1st Cavalry Division (Airmobile), and a 1st Cavalry website indicates it was built 15 March 1972, 30 miles from Bien Hoa on the bank of the Dong Nai River in Bien Hoa Province, III Corps Tactical Zone.

     It was the last Fire Support Base (FSB) constructed by the U.S. military in South Vietnam, and the last place that the Red Cross Supplemental Recreation Activity Overseas (SRAO) also known as the "Doughnut Dollies" program for U.S. Military was conducted by the Bien Hoa Chapter.

     The 3rd Brigade stood down for return to the U.S. on 15 June of 1972.

1st Cavalry

     The supply convoy escorts from Long Binh Post were conducted by V100's of C Company.

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