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Less than a quarter of a linear foot of materials that document James Yates' service in Vietnam with the 456th Munitions Maintenance Squadron from October 1972 to October 1973.
Collection: James Leroy Yates Collection
Approximately 400 slides of Vietnam, Da Nang and Saigon taken by Joseph Langham Yon, Jr. during his service in the Naval Medical Corps stationed in Hoi An in 1969.
Collection: Joseph Langham Yon, Jr. Collection
Approximately one linear foot of paper, CD, and microfilm copies of Daily Staff Journals, Morning Reports, and Casualty Lists from units such as the 196th Light Infantry Brigade; the 1st Battalion, 52nd Infantry; the 123rd Maintenance Battalion; the 1st Battalion, 73rd Artillery; and the 1st and 2nd ...Read more
Collection: Dan Young Collection
This collection contains two artifacts of Montagnard origin: a crossbow with a quiver full of arrows and a rat / snake trap. It also contains instructions on how to use the rat / snake trap.
Approximately one linear foot of daily staff journals document the activities of the 24th Evacuation Hospital, 1967-1970. Also included in the collection are two CDs: one with the crest of the 24th Evacuation Hospital and another with photographs taken by Russell Semen during his service at the 24th ...Read more
Slides, photographs, artifacts, uniforms, scrapbooks, a DVD from the July 2005 Donut Dolly Reunion in Albuquerque, New Mexico, and additional material document Jennifer Young's experiences as an American Red Cross Donut Dolly serving in Vietnam.
Collection: Jennifer Young Collection
Two books written by Thomas R. Yarborough.
Collection: Thomas R. Yarborough Collection
One book titled Tears Across the Mekong by Marc Phillip Yablonka.
Collection: Marc Phillip Yablonka Collection
The collection consists of approximately one linear foot of documents, and newspapers donated to the archive by Douglas Young. The documents consist of morning reports and unit rosters for C Company, 2nd Battalion, 5th Cavalry, 1st Cavalry Division. The morning reports date from 1965 through 1971 wit ...Read more