Nine Rules for Military Personnel in Vietnam: Unfortunately this card is glued down so I don't know what the nine rules are, can't see the other side. I believe that I received the "nine rules" when I got to Cam Rahn Bay. It was sort of a code of conduct expected of our forces in Vietnam. I guess that we were considered guests and had to show respect to the citizens of the country. Taylor
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