[Vietnam War] Bringing the strip club to the soldiers in Vietnam, 1968.Vietnam War strip club Bob Hope Bangkok USO G-rated Saigon cash catering
It wasn’t all Bob Hope and G-rated performances during Vietnam, there were plenty of go-go dancers around who were happy to help soldiers with a little R & R in between missions. Some go-go dancers were employed by the USO while others worked in cities like Bangkok or in Saigon where they made plenty of cash catering to sex starved soldiers.
Many dancers were backed up by a paltry band who knew just what kind of beats to play to make sure these exotic dancers would entertain their hosts. It may seem strange, but it’s the little things that make life worth while.
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