These following photos of the airfield were found on Google Earth's photo layer, and elsewhere on the web. Some of these are from before Operation Greeley / MacArthur. Photo ownership is shown when possible.
Over Tan Canh, looking west toward Dak To 1 airfield (on right) and Dak To 2 airfield (in the distance) in 1971
Nguyen Xuan - Approaching Dak To 2 airfield. Looking west-northwest.
Nguyen Xuan / Will Miller 1966-1967 - Dak To Airfield, looking east. Notice Dak To 1 airstrip at top road dogleg.
Nguyen Xuan - Dak To Airfield, looking southeast.
James Loesch - Dak To Airfield - 1967, looking southeast.
Nguyen Xuan - Dak To Airfield, approaching runway 10, heading East.
Will Miller - Dak To 1966-1967
Nguyen Xuan / Will Miller - Dak To airfield. Looking south toward Hill 1338.
Special Forces camp, ramp (showing new center taxiway), runway, revetments. Looking southwest.
Nguyen Xuan / Will Miller 1966-1967 - calls the airfield "Phoenix". Must be from a previous operation (Hawthorne?)
Nguyen Xuan / Will Miller 1966-1967 - Special Forces B camp, looking east. Notice the airport terminal building, top-left of photo.
Nguyen Xuan / Will Miller 1966-1967 - Special Forces B camp, looking north, towards the runway. Notice the school building at top.
Nguyen Xuan / Will Miller 1666-1967 - Special Forces B camp, looking south toward the river.
Nguyen Xuan - Special Forces B camp. Looking south toward the river.
Nguyen Xuan / Will Miller 1966-1967 - northwest corner of the runway, 173rd Airborne Brigade area. Looking south.
Nguyen Xuan? - Resupply Area - north-west corner of airfield. Looking south toward 173rd area and runway.
This topographical map shows the area around Dak To.
Hills are shown in red, fire support bases are shown in blue.
Fire Base info was found on the 1/92 Field Artillery Assn. website
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