I will first attach a few pictures of Dong Tam as it is today. Any sign that it was formerly a US Base Camp is no longer evident. Part of the Base Camp is now a small zoo and a snake farm/hospital where venom is extracted and snake bites treated. Another small portion is used as a small Army post, and it is against the law to take pictures of any military "facility". I am attaching photos that were taken from a bridge that crosses the Dong Tam canal south of the old Base Camp.....along side the Mekong River, and several more photos taken from the West Bank of the Dong Tam canal. The road that runs south of the Base Camp...from My Tho...is lined with businesses. The side next to the Mekong is now lined with several large Taiwanese business complexes and many large Vietnamese Seafood businesses that ship internationally. Large ships now enter the Mekong to be loaded and unloaded around My Tho and the former Dong Tam.
Note: The picture(s) that I attach showing a hard surfaced path were taken from the west bank of the Dong Tam canal. We once walked this path when it was heavily booby trapped, as we walked to and from Ving Kim. Today there are quite a few more houses; however, there are still many areas having just banana trees, as in 1969.
Tomorrow I will send a few pictures of My Tho and how it has changed into a much larger city with many international businesses.
Once you post the pictures, if requested, I can provide a few more details for each picture.
Click on the photos to see in the original size. Just as Jerry sent them.