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Ten other Australian troops and two Americans were wounded in the blast at Bien Hoa air base. None of the injured Australians is believed to be serious. The base, where the Australians are stationed, is 15 miles north-east of Saigon. The grenade went off in a crowded truckload of Australian troops as they were returning to camp.
It was being carried in the belt of one of the men who died. A wounded 1st Battalion soldier is lifted into Medi-vac helicopter after the accident on June 26, Credit: Stuart MacGladrie. The explosion took place as the soldiers were dismounting from the truck beside their bivouac area inside the base. Blood was spattered across the right front wheel of the truck about a yard from where the grenade exploded. The rear of the cabin was wrecked and soaked in blood.
The windscreen was shattered and upholstery pitted with slivers of steel. The door next to the driver apparently was open when the grenade went off. On the ground near the open door lay the body of the American, who was attached to the rd Airborne Brigade. He was covered by a soldier's groundsheet. On the other side of the truck was the body of an Australian. The second Australian lay dead on a stretcher in the back of the truck.
Medical officers were preparing to rush him to hospital by helicopter when he died. Three U. Naval Hospital in Saigon. The troops had just returned, from the battalion's first "search and destroy" mission since the First Battalion Royal Australian Regiment arrived in Vietnam about three weeks ago. They were tired but in good spirits after a successful operation in which they flushed out two Vietcong camps.
About Australians took part in the operation with a few Americans of the rd Airborne Brigade. The commander of the Australian military forces in Vietnam, Colonel O. Jackson, said: "There will be an immediate investigation and an official report will be released later. In Canberra last night and Army spokesman said relatives of the grenade victims would be informed by telegram. Two thousand Vietcong wiped out a district headquarters and made a "human wave" assault on Government troops in two separate attacks today.