Camp Carroll base pictures
Camp Carroll base (Căn cứ Tân Lâm in Viet Namese) was named after the death of captain James Joseph Carroll in K Company, 3rd battalion, 4th Marines regiment on 10th November 1966
The base used to be the base of elements of 101st airbone Division was well fortified by a ring of heavy timbers, sandbags, and rolls of razor wire squatted a network of reinforced bunkers and one of the most awesome arrays of artillery in all of I Corps. There is a battery of 175mm self propelled howitzers. In all, Camp Carroll boasted twenty-two artillery pieces, including 155mm self propelled howitzer and 105mm self propelled howitzer batteries, plus scores of heavy machine guns and small arms positions.