From:  Ken ???

     Date:  February 7, 2016

Subject:  Remembering Detachment 5 AFVN

I knew John Anderson personally.  He was my NCOIC at AFKN-Radio Gypsy, at Camp Kaiser, Korea.  Good man.  Died too young.
Ken


    From:  Bob Morecook

     Date:  February 6, 2016

Subject:  Remembering Detachment 5 AFVN

Remembering Det 5 -- today in history -- 1968 --
Detachment 5 AFVN Hue was overun.  After a fierce firefight AFVN'ers - both military and civilian -- died.  Others were taken prisoner and held till the end of the war.  It's a good day to remember these fine people.
Best wishes
Bob M


Remembering the Hue Detachment -- TET '68

February 2016

    From:  Bob Nelson

     Date:  February 6, 2016

Subject:  Remembering Detachment 5 AFVN

Thanks for the memories Bob... I was on the staff at Dinfos (your former home) and Lt D's ([Det 5] OIC) wife worked in the Front office pregnant with twins.  Talk about not knowing how to start  a conversation.
Bob


    From:  Jay Lehman

     Date:  February 7, 2016

Subject:  Remembering Detachment 5 AFVN

I was John Anderson’s Escort Officer during Operation Homecoming at Ft. Sam Houston in San Antonio, TX….A good man and a very good friend.
SFC Jay Lehman

AFVN Group Conversations

    From:  Bob Nelson

     Date:  February 7, 2016

Subject:  Remembering Detachment 5 AFVN

Agree Ken...met and had several talks with John.  He was never happy to talk about he war and his status.
Bob