Gallery of War
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Sasebo, Japan 1968
Archival Print #J-S102GO
(c)2003 L. Nollenberger
The defeat at Vung Tau marked an historic event. It was the beginning of the withdraw of the Seventh Fleet from the coast of Vietnam. The Army and the Marines would soon follow. The Taylor sailed through rough seas in the Sea of Japan and finally reached Sasebo. We stayed a few days and then it was on to Yokosuka in the north. We were heading home but not without a celebration. The season of war had come to an end. It was time to set our feet on solid land.
Three all new artistic images of Mt. Sasebo, Japan and the USS Goldsborough, are now appearing in the
ArtNSoul Gallery. "Mt. Sasebo: Portrait in Blue #1" can be found on the cover and "USS Goldsborough on Digital Sea" can be found on Page 1 and "Mt. Sasebo: Portrait in Blue #2" can be viewed on page 2. Click Here to go to the ArtNSoul Gallery to see these images. A link will be provided on page 2 that will return you back to this page. Don't forget to return here so you can continue reading the story. If you would like to view that entire Gallery, you can do so when you link back to my home page from the last page of the Gallery of War.