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366th Fighter Association
[Taken from Facebook in January 2020.]
Agent Orange Affecting Children and Grandchildren of Vietnam Vets
This may give you some idea of how bad this may be for your children and grandchildren.
[Received from Mike Jackson in May 2016.]
A well done, detailed 40-minute documentary by Community Voice Channel on herbicide use in Vietnam, with a lot of archival footage. The video features not only our experience in Vietnam; but, also talks about the C123K aircrews and the Blue Water Navy veterans. Very well done, courtesy of Gerry Wright, VVA Chapter 120, Connecticut.
[Link received from Paul Kasper, July 2019.]
Dates and Locations of Sprayings
An Annual Newsletter devoted to Information related to Agent Orange
Story of a crippled boy being adopted and taken to the U.S.
[Received from Mike McNally in March 2016.]
New Evidence on Nuclear Weapons, Air Force Policy Disputes, During Vietnam War Years
[Received in November 2017.]
This link goes to an on-line Air America Museum--some of us at some time or another might have
gotten rides on some of them.
[Received from Marc Yablonka on April 22. 2019]
Located in Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon)
Take a look to see how things have changed since the days of AFVN.
[Link received from Jim Anderson, September 2012.]
An article from the New York Times written by Margaret Childs Westmoreland, the daughter of
MACV Commander General Westmoreland. She spent a year with her parents and siblings in 1964-1965
and writes about some of her experiences during that time.
[Taken from Facebook in November 2017.]]
This link goes to a collection of photos prepared by the American Foreign Service Association (AFSA)
covering the period from the start of the Vietnam War to date.
[Received from Mike McNally in December 2016.]
Americans Remaining in Vietnam after April 1975
This is a group of five PDF files from Frederick Guiden (possibly copied from Facebook) .
Fred was one of those left behind but was evidently able to leave on July 9, 1976.
Frank Gulden died at 86 in April 2009. Click here for a Washington Post article about him.
(Part of the title is obscured.)
After the departure of the French in 1954, the villa was acquired by the American government and became home to the
Military Assistance Advisory Group (MAAG), which co-ordinated the supply of military hardware, training and assistance
to the French and subsequently to the Republic of Vi?t Nam. Because of its high profile, the villa was one of three US
installations in the city targeted by the National Liberation Front on 22 October 1957.
[Received from Mike McNally on October 23, 2015.]
A concise summary of participants, deaths, injuries, etc. of all of America's wars since the Revolution.
Prepared by the Department of Veterans Affairs, May 2013.
This includes some comments by Bob Nelson who was with the 1st Air Cav as well as a video clip of the airfield.
The U.S. Navy and the Vietnam War
[Received from Mike McNally.]
Lots of interesting information, stories and photos.
[Received from Paul Kasper, September 2015.]
This covers many aspects related to Australia's involvement in the Vietnam War.
[Received from Paul Kasper, September 2015.]
Australian Forces Radio
AFR operated out of Vung Tau Airbase broadcasting to all Australian forces in Phuoc Tuy Province
from November 30th, 1969 through February 14th, 1972.
Vietnam Veterans Memorial Walk and Memorial Wall at Seymour in Victoria is an edifice Dedicated to those who served in most probably the most divisive war the Australian people and military have been involved in. At last after many years of critical comment about our Vietnam Veterans, in the twilight years of most ; a recognition that will stand and a thank you that means something without political platitudes.
[Submitted by Jim Anderson.]
Robert McNight 1Lt, USA An Iowa soldier took along a small tape recorder for his tour of duty in Vietnam and sent tapes home to his family in Burlington, Iowa. We witness the Vietnam War through the voice recordings of Lt. Robert McKnight. You can hear AFVN in the background at times. The 1968 3-inch reels are held by the State Historical Society of Iowa.
[Link courtesy of Rick Fredericksen and Iowa Public Radio.]
Avionic Electronics Central, Phu Loi
Here are two videos with slides of Avionic Electronic Central in Phu Loi, about 30 miles northwest of Saigon.
[Links courtesy of Billy Williams, July 2013.]