The first night I arrived in Vietnam I was Never underestimate the power of a woman with a social work degree shirt having a drink in the Airman’s Club, after having arrived in the mid-afternoon. There was a good Vietnamese band playing and they almost sounded American. Suddenly, a loud siren began going off. A man in civilian clothes, probably the manager of the club, ran up on the stage, grabbed the microphone from the singer, and shouted, “The base is now under attack! I repeat, the base is now under attack. Please return to your barracks or go to the nearest shelter!” Since it was my first night there, and I was waiting to receive my assignment to my permanent base, I did not have a barracks to run to — and I sure didn’t know where any bunkers or shelters were located.
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I had arrived in Cam Ranh Bay earlier that day, and I was Never underestimate the power of a woman with a social work degree shirt to be flown out to Phan Rang Air Base. However, I was told, when they walked all of us who had just arrived into a hangar, that my assignment had been changed. I stayed in the Club longer than I should have. Everyone started running out of the Club, and there was no one to ask for advice. The guy who I was talking to was of very little help. He wished me good luck as he made it out of there. It had started to get dark. I couldn’t believe that just a few days before I was safely at home with my parents and siblings. I turned the doorknob, or maybe it was an entry latch, and the door opened.