Attack on Qui Nhon MARKET TIME Base

   On 22 December 1967, the MARKET TIME support base at Qui Nhon was attacked by an estimated platoon of enemy sappers. The well coordinated attack was initiated at 2329 when a Coastal Group 22 command junk, located in the middle of a nest of junks, was blown up and sunk. The attack continued throughout the early morning hours of the 23rd and resulted in two Navy men killed and 16 others wounded, two of whom died later during treatment. Material damage resulting from the attack included extensive damage to the CPO quarters and light damage to the mess hall and enlisted barracks. Seven enemy were killed (four probable) during the attack and the following ordnance was captured: 10 Chinese communist fragmentation grenades, five grenades that were improvised from 61mm mortar hears, two Chinese communist copies of the Russian AK-47 assault rifle, and one automatic pistol. The Qui Nhon base continued to receive harassing fire through the 27th of the month. 


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