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Colonel William E. LeGro Collection (1337) Finding Aid

Item Number: 13370000000
 Collection

Scope and Contents

Over four linear feet of books, maps, photographs, slides, videos, newsletters, periodicals, and documents detail William LeGro's service in Vietnam and his involvement in POW/MIA affairs. The collection includes documents from the Senate Select Committee on POW/MIAs and Task Force Russia; Notebooks kept by LeGro during his tours of duty in Vietnam, 1966-1967 and 1972-1975; Four volumes of congressional hearings from 1991-1992 and 1994 on POW/MIA affairs; Monthly Intelligence Summary and Threat Analyses (MISTAs) created while LeGro served at the Defense Attaché Office in Saigon; and Notes and Materials concerning LeGro's research on the 1st Infantry Division in Vietnam.

Dates

  • 21 February 2005

Biographical / Historical

Colonel William E. LeGro fought in New Guinea and the Philippines as an infantryman from 1944 to 1945. Subsequent service included troop and staff duties in Germany and Korea. LeGro attended American University where he specialized in East and Southeast Asia. From 1964 to 1965 LeGro was assigned to the office of the Army's Deputy Chief of Staff for Operations, specializing in Southeast Asia. LeGro then served in Vietnam from 1966 to 1967 as G-2, 1st Infantry Division. Returning to the United States he served as Director of Asian Studies at the Army War College from 1969-1971. Returning to Vietnam in 1972 he was a senior staff officer with the U.S. Military Assistance Command, Vietnam, and later with the U.S. Defense Attaché Office, Saigon, until the fall of Saigon on 29 April 1975. LeGro then wrote Vietnam from Cease-Fire to Capitulation while assigned to the U.S. Army Center of Military History. Following his military service LeGro has served as part of Task Force Russia and the U.S. Senate Select Committee on POW/MIA affairs as a researcher.

Series

Title
Finding Aid
Length (Linear Feet)
4.8
Pages
1
Location(s)
D104.3A; D103.1A; Map Collection; Newsletter Collection; Periodical Collection; Negative Collection; Photograph Collection; Slide Collection; Cold Storage Vault
1
Books

Moscow Bound: Policy, Politics and the POW/MIA Dilemma by John M.G. Brown

10
Photographs

VA043708-VA043725, VA043998-VA044001: Photographs of Aircraft, Areas and Individuals associated with Colonel W. LeGro, VAN006021-VAN006033: Negatives
VA039222: AC-119 being shot down on 29 April 1975
VA039223: UTADAO air base on 29 April 1975
VA039224: AC-119 destroyed during attack on 28 April 1975
VA039225: LTC Gerald Montgomery
VA039226, VA039227: Lt. Pat Service whose RB-29 was shot down over the Sea of Japan on 13 June 1952, his body was not recovered
VA039228-VA039232: SSGT Eddie R. Berg whose RB-29 was shot down over the Sea of Japan on 13 June 1952, his body was not recovered
SGT Philip V. Mandra, USMC, who was captured by the Chinese on 7 August 1952 and not repatriated
VA039235, VA039236, VA039237, VAN006034: CPL Charles Russell whose RB-50 was shot down near St. Petersburg, Russia on 29 July 1953 his body was not recovered
4 photographs documenting Colonel William LeGro's service in Saigon

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1
Slides

VAS037746-VAS037789: 44 35mm slides from Colonel William LeGro's service with the U.S. Defense Attaché Office, Saigon

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9
Maps

Kaech'on, Korea (1:50,000) (seriesL752, sheet 2925II)
Yongbyon, Korea (1:50,000) (seriesL752, sheet 2925I)
Joint Operations Graphic (Air) Muang Xepon, Laos
Thailand
Vietnam (1:250,000) (Series 1501 Air, Sheet NE48-15, Edition 5)
Muang Mai, Laos
Cambodia
Vietnam (1:250,000) (Series 1501 Air, Sheet ND48-8, Edition 3)
Situation map kept by Colonel Hoang Ngoc Lung, giving the locations of ARVN and PAVN units in South Vietnam as of 29 April 1975 (Section 12 Drawer12)

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1
Moving Images

1337VI2277: New Jersey Vietnam Veteran's Memorial: Remembering America's War in Vietnam Decades Later (21 October 2005)

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2
Newsletters

American Foreign Policy Newsletter (October 1991)
Bridgehead Sentinel (Published by the Society of the First Division) (Summer 1985)

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5
Serials

Armor Magazine (July-August 1971)
DAV Magazine (November 1991)
U.S. Veteran News and Report (August 1991, January 1992, August 1992 [2 copies])
Life Magazine (22 March 1968) (November 1987)
The American Traveler (1st Infantry Division): Volume 28 Number 15 (22 April 1967)

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  • Box 1: [1] [TTU - Southwest Collections Building, Stacks [D104.3A ]]
  • Box 2: [2] [TTU - Southwest Collections Building, Stacks [D104.3B ]]
  • Box 3: [3] [TTU - Southwest Collections Building, Stacks [D104.3C ]]
  • Box 4: [4] [TTU - Southwest Collections Building, Stacks [D104.4A ]]
  • Box 5 (Oversize): [5 (Oversize)] [TTU - Southwest Collections Building, Stacks [D103.1A ]]
  • Box 6: [6] [TTU - Southwest Collections Building, Stacks [D104.4B ]]
  • Box 7: [7] [TTU - Southwest Collections Building, [104.4C ]]
  • Box 8: [8] [TTU - Southwest Collections Building, Stacks [D104.5A ]]

Inventory

  • April 1973
  • May 1973
  • June 1973
  • August 1973
  • September 1973
  • October 1973
  • November 1973
  • December 1973
  • January 1974
  • February 1974
  • March 1974
  • April 1974
  • May 1974
  • June 1974
  • July 1974
  • August 1974
  • September 1974
  • October 1974
  • November 1974
  • February 1975
  • March 1975
  • Summary
  • Weekly wrap-up March 1-7, 1975
  • Weekly wrap-up March 8-14, 1975
  • Weekly wrap-up March 15-21, 1975
  • Weekly wrap-up March 22-28, 1975
  • Weekly wrap-up March 29 -4 April 1975
  • Weekly wrap-up April 5-11, 1975
  • Organizational charts of the U.S. and South Vietnamese government (1974)
  • Transfer of Special Security Office authority and responsibility
  • Communique: Communist Offensive in South VIetnam (March 1975)
  • Communique: General Wyand request for funding for Vietnam (31 March 1975)
  • Monthly Intelligence Estimate Update (July 1973)
  • North Vietnam Army Ground Forces (March 1975)
  • LeGro notebook: Daily Records (March 1973 - January 1974)
  • LeGro notebook: Daily Records (February 1974 - January 1975)
  • LeGro notebook: J-2 Meetings (March 1973 - January 1974)
  • LeGro notebook: Fact Sheets Defense Attache Office (Intelligence Branch) prepared by Lt. General John Deane
  • Defense Attache Office, Military Personnel Roster (December 1972)
  • Appraisal of Hanoi's military intentions in South Vietnam during the first quarter 1974
  • RVNAF Capability to deter Enemy Offensives
  • Assessment of Probable Outcome of Major Hostilities in Vietnam (November 1973)
  • Prospects for a communist offensive during the Dry Season (October 1973-May 1974)
  • RVNAF Operations (November 1973)
  • Defense Office memos
  • Equipment and Troop Levels: Changes, RVN and DRV since the ceasefire
  • Department of Defense POW/MIA newsletter
  • Intelligence Communiques (May 1975)
  • Chronologies of Vietnamese History
  • The Path to the Ben Hai, Vietnamization, Force Structuring and the Formation of the 3rd ARVn Infantry Division
  • Intelligence in Vietnam after the cease-fire
  • U.S. organization for the cease-fire
  • Vietnam from cease-fire to capitulation
  • Fall / Winter 1965-1966
  • Minh Tinh Road Combat After Action Report
  • Minh Tinh Road Operation correspondence
  • Minh Tinh Road Operation talk
  • After Action Reports (February-March 1966)
  • Operation Birmingham
  • Michelin Plantation
  • Battle of Bau Bang
  • Pham Quac Thuan interview
  • Phuoc Tuy
  • Draft chapter 1-5
  • Establishment of Task Force Russia
  • Update for the Army Chief of Staff (20 August 1992)
  • Report by the Chair of the Russian side of the Joint Russian-American Commission (21 Sept. 1992)
  • Plenary Session (August-September 1993)
  • Plenary Session (December 1993
  • Tri-weekly reports
  • Report to the U.S. delegation of the U.S. - Russian Joint Commission on POW/MIAs (31 July 1992)
  • Report to the U.S. delegation of the U.S. - Russian Joint Commission on POW/MIAs (18 December 1992)
  • Report to the U.S. delegation of the U.S. - Russian Joint Commission on POW/MIAs (29 January 1993)
  • Report to the U.S. delegation of the U.S. - Russian Joint Commission on POW/MIAs (7 May 1993)
  • Summary of meetings 6-7 December 1993
  • Joint Research Project Proposal
  • Photocopy and translation of "Information from the General Staff of the Armed Forces of the USSR on the Situation in the DRV"
  • Soviet Memo "735"
  • Soviet Memo "1205"
  • Analysis of Soviet Memo "1205"
  • Analysis of Soviet Memo "1205"
  • Talking points
  • U.S. POWs from the Korean War possibly taken to the USSR
  • Video about the transfer of POWs from Korea to the USSR
  • Brett Kimberlin and David Sushansky
  • Major General Bernard Loeffke, U.S. Army
  • Colonel Vyacheslav Masurov
  • Colonel Gregory Pavlovich Derskiy
  • Boris Alexsandrovich Voronov
  • Fact sheets of downed U.S. aircraft
  • Soviet Cold War Shootdown victims
  • William LeGro's list of survivors and casualties
  • Advertisement placed in Soviet publications requesting information on U.S. servicemen in the former Soviet Union
  • Listing of Soviet documents concerning transport of passengers from Hanoi to Paris
  • Cables
  • Memorandums for the Record
  • Internal Correspondence
  • Reorganization of Task Force Russia and Defense Department Office of POW/MIA Affairs
  • Briefing Memo
  • Background Material
  • Witness List
  • Witness Alan Ptak
  • Witness Charles Kartman
  • Witness Captain John P. Gay
  • Witness Dr. Paul Cole
  • Witness Lt Colonel Philip Corso
  • Witness Surban Oprica
  • Witness Delk Simpson
  • Witness Steve Kiba
  • Witness James Sanders
  • Witness John M.G. Brown
  • Witness Thomas Ashworth
  • Witness Richard Boylan
  • Witness Dimitri Volkogonov
  • Witness General Loeffke
  • Witness Al Graham
  • Witness Delores Alfond
  • Witness Bruce Sanderson
  • Witness Greg Skavinski
  • Witness Jane Howard
  • Witness Ernest La Bounty
  • Press Release Committee to Release Findings (13 January 1993)
  • Analysis of findings by the American Legion
  • Memos pertaining to edits of drafts and deadlines
  • Memos concerning information leaks
  • Report: Policy-related events/decisions and comments from 1973 forward concerning unaccounted for POW/MIAs in Southeast Asia
  • Report: Chronology of Policy and Intelligence Matters Concerning unaccounted for U.S. Military Personnel at the end of the Korean Conflict and During the Cold War
  • Congressional Hearing Summary
  • Report: Incidents of USSR Holding U.S. Citizens
  • Preliminary Report: POW/MIAs from World War II, Korea, Vietnam and the Cold War
  • Report: 324 U.S. Personnel from Vietnam Era Unaccounted
  • Senator Bob Smith correspondence and press releases
  • Senator Bob Smith and Dino Carluccio correspondence
  • Index to Congressional Hearings on POW/MIA Affairs
  • Dmitri Volkogonov
  • Deposition of "The Mortician" (excerpts)
  • Congressional Delegation trip to Vietnam (late 1992)
  • Newsclippings (22 April 1992)
  • Newsclippings (23 April 1992)
  • Newsclippings (24 April 1992)
  • MSGT Ralph Lilliard near Kujens, North Korea (27 November 1950)
  • PFC Robert Quillman near Chosin Reservoir, North Korea (29 November 1950)
  • SGT Lewis Sowles near Kaech'on, North Korea (30 November 1950)
  • PFC Milton Lawson near Hagaru-ri, North Korea (December 1950)
  • Loss of B-26 Invader near Pyongyang, North Korea (5 April 1951)
  • Loss of RF-80 near Ckongju to Sinanju, North Korea (2 October 1951)
  • Loss of P2V Neptune near Vladivostok, Russia (6 November 1951)
  • LTCOL Gerald Montgomery in a F-84 near Sinuiju, North Korea (3 March 1952)
  • Loss of RB-29 over the Sea of Japan (13 June 1952)
  • SGT Philip Mandra in North Korea (7 August 1952)
  • Loss of RB-29 over Korea (10 January 1953)
  • Loss of B-29 over Korea (29 January 1953)
  • Loss of RB-50 near St Petersburg (29 July 1953)
  • Loss of RB-47 near the Aleutians Islands (17 April 1955)
  • Loss of P-4M near the coast of China (22 August 1956)
  • COL John F. O'Grady near Quang Binh Province (10 April 1967)
  • Loss of A-6 north of Nui Doi Thoi Mountain (19 May 1967)
  • Repatriation of American Prisoners of War from Soviet Union after World War II
  • Transfer of U.S. Korean War POWs to the Soviet Union by the Joint Commission Support Branch (November 1993)
  • American Prisoners of War during the Korean Conflict
  • Prisoners of War / Undertermined Status of Soldiers in Vietnam
  • Change in Number of American Prisoners of War held by the North Vietnamese in 1970
  • Treatment of American Prisoners of War in North Vietnam
  • Passing of American Prisoners of War through Moscow and Peking following release by the North Vietnamese
  • Operation Homecoming
  • The Fall of South Vietnam: Statements by Vietnamese Military and Civilian Leaders
  • Synopsis of GRU Seven Volume Study on Tactics, Approaches and Air Battles of Vietnam
  • HR-291 Missing Service Personnel Act
  • Statements Against lifting Vietnamese Trade Embargo
  • Ross Perot
  • International Institute for Prisoners of War
  • Korean/Cold War Family Association of the Missing
  • National Alliance of Families for the Return of America's Missing Servicemen
  • National League of Families of American POW/MIAs in Southeast Asia
  • National Vietnam Veterans Coalition
  • Vietnam Veterans of America
  • Accuracy in Media
  • Center for Security Policy - Decision Briefs
  • American Legion
  • Flicker Films
  • Andy Gembara
  • Theo Grevers
  • Robert Kiplinger
  • Deena Linquist
  • Alton Malbar, Jr.
  • Mary Dunham Nichols
  • Mark A. Sauter
  • Bob Smith
  • Assorted
  • Newsclippings
  • Newsclippings
  • Newsclippings
  • Newsclippings
  • Newsclippings
  • Newsclippings
  • Oversize Material
  • U.S. Military Assistance Command, Vietnam organizational charts
  • Newspaper clippings
  • Computer generated printout of passport and photographs
  • The Infantry News: Volume 1 Number 17 (5 March 1943) - The Infantry News: Volume 1 Number 18 (12 March 1943) - The Infantry News: Volume 1 Number 20 (26 March 1943)
  • Yank Down Under Magazine: Volume 2 Number 7 (15 September 1944) - Yank Down Under Magazine: Volume 2 Number 10 (6 October 1944) - Yank Down Under Magazine: Volume 2 Number 11 (13 October 1944) - Yank Far East Magazine: Volume 2 Number 22 (29 December 1944)
  • Correspondence by William LeGro and Colonel Harry Summer in "American Spectator" (March and June 1988) - Organization chart: United States Support Activities Group, Thailand (1 January 1974)
  • Empty notebook: "Daily Records: March 1973-January 1974, Colonel William E. LeGro Chief, Intelligence Branch
  • Empty notebook: "J-2 Meetings: March 1973-January 1974, Colonel William E. LeGro Chief, Intelligence Branch
  • Empty notebook: Fact Sheets: Defense Attache Office Intelligence Branch, LTG John R. Deane, Jr.
  • Letter from Lt. General R.D. Eichelberger to patients in Army hospitals - Special Orders No. 246, Hq 41st Infantry Division (original in restricted access file) - Seperation Qualification Record, 2 December 1945 (original in restricted access file) - United States Army Honorable Discharge, Enlisted Record, and Report of Separation (original in restricted access file) - General Orders Number 9, Headquarters 186th Infantry award of the Combat Infantryman Badge, 4 September 1944
  • United States Army Certificate of Reenlistment, 4 April 1949 - Appointment in the Officers' Reserve Corps, 4 April 1949 - Headquarters of the United States Army Infantry letter of academic achievement, 30 August 1949 - Department of the Army letter of appointment in the Regular Army, 26 June 1952
  • Pamphlet issued to every officer of the Army entitled "Chief of Staff's Guidance to Officers of the Army" 12 October 1971 - Department of State official memo from Ambassador Graham Martin to Dr. Henry A. Kissinger, 7 June 1974 (2 copies) - Copy of facsimile transmission concerning Significant Intelligence, Vietnam (SIV) - Photocopy of picture taken by the Buffalo Hunter dron of DAO compound Tan Son Nhut airbase, 15 April 1975 (3 copies) - Poem entitled "Southern Rivers" written by William LeGro, June 1975 - - - -
  • Pages from a notebook carried by William LeGro while in the 1st Infantry Division from March 1966 to March 1967
  • Japanese notebook found by William LeGro and converted into a diary during the Biak operation during World War 2
  • Essay entitled "Vietnam Pourquoi?" by Mai Hao Than written in French and English (signed by Nguyen Khai Chinh)
  • Various newspaper and magazine clippings regarding POW/MIA issues
  • USS Midway (CVA 41) Information Kit
  • Various newspaper clippings and journal articles regarding the Vietnam War
  • Summary of "Military Intelligence Summary and Threat Analysis" transmitted by Intelligence Branch DAO Saigon, 27 April 1973
  • Foreign Broadcast Information Service Daily Report Supplement for Senior General Van Tien Dung's article "Great Spring Victory" Volume 1, 7 June 1976 -
  • Foreign Broadcast Information Service Daily Report Supplement for Senior General Van Tien Dung's article "Great Spring Victory" Volume 2, 7 July 1976
  • Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars conference report entitled "Some Lessons and Non-Lessons of Vietnam: Ten Years after the Paris Peace Accords"
  • Report for Armor Magazine entitled Role of the Army of the Republic of Viet Nam(ARVN) III Armor Brigade/III Corps Assault Task Force(ATF) by Brigadier General Tran Quang Khoi
  • Various Congressional documents relating to POW/MIA issues
  • Journal articles relating to the Vietnam War
  • The Department of State Bulletin; 8 January 1973, 12 February 1973, 26 March 1973
  • The American Legion analysis of the Senate Select Committee on POW/MIA affairs, 22 February 1993 (4 copies)
  • Report of the United States Senate Select Committee on POW/MIA Affairs, 13 January 1993
  • Congressional Record of the 103rd Congress, First Session, 1 July 1993 (see pages: s8383, s8423, s8445, s8563)
  • Department of the Army Center of Military History manuscript: "The Fall of Vietnam" by Cecil E. Spurlock
  • Foreign Broadcast Information Service Southeast Asia Report, 2 February 1983
  • Defense Technical Information Center Technical Report: "Lessons Learned," 1 May- 31 May 1966
  • Defense Technical Information Center Technical Report: "Combat Afteraction Report," 2 June - 3 September 1966
  • The Royal Lao Army and United States Army Advice and Support by Major General Oudone Sananikone
  • RLG Military Operations and Activities in the Laotian Panhandle by Brigadier General Soutchay Vongsavanh
  • The U.S. Adviser by General Vien, Lieutenant General Troung, Lieutenant General Khuyen, Major General Hinh, Brigadier General Tho, Colonel Lung, and Lieutenant Colonel Vien
  • Pacification by Brigadier General Tran Dinh Tho
  • RVNAF and U.S. Operational Cooperation and Coordination by Lieutenant General Ngo Quang Truong
  • Lam Son 719 by Major General Nguyen Duy Hinh
  • Strategy and Tactics by Colonel Hoang Ngoc Lung
  • Reflections on the Vietnam War by General Cao Van Vien and Lieutenant General Dong Van Khuyen -
  • The South Vietnamese Society by Major General Nguyen Duy Hinh and Brigadier General Tran Dinh Tho -
  • The Cambodian Incursion by Brigadier General Tran Dinh Tho
  • The Khmer Republic at War and the Final Collapse by Lieutenant General Sak Sutsakhan
  • Memorandum from Senator John Kerry to William E. LeGro
  • Testimony of Ambassador Graham A. Martin on Vietnam evacuation before the Special Subcommittee on Investigations of the Committee on International Relations, House of Representatives, 27 January 1976 (handwritten note from Graham A. Martin to William LeGro on front cover)
  • Photocopy of a letter from Senator John Kerry regarding William LeGro's service in the Senate Select Committee on POW/MIA affairs, 21 December 1992
  • Statement of William LeGro before the Subcommittee on East Asia and Pacific Affairs, Foreign Affairs Committee, United States Congress, 10 February 1994
  • Testimony of Al Santoli titled "The Ongoing U.S. Government POW/MIA Cover-Up" before the Asia and Pacific Subcommittee of the House Foreign Relations Committee, 10 February 1994
  • Statement by The Honorable Benjamin A. Gilman before the Asia and Pacific Subcommittee of the House Foreign Relations Committee, 10 February 1994
  • Index of photographs taken during the visit to Indochina by members and staff of The Senate Select Committee on POW/MIA Affairs, November 1992 (these photos were donated to the Vietnam Archive by William LeGro in April 2006, but were lost in transit)
  • Hearings before the Select Committee on POW/MIA Affairs on POW/MIA Policy and Process Part 2 of 2, 5-7 and 15 November 1991
  • Hearings before the Select Committee on POW/MIA Affairs on Cold War, Korea, World War 2 POWS, 10-11 November 1992
  • Hearings before the Select Committee on POW/MIA Affairs on Americans Missing or Prisoner in Southeast Asia, The Department of Defense Accounting Process, 24-25 June 1992
  • Hearings before the Select Committee on POW/MIA Affairs on the U.S. Government's Post-War POW/MIA Efforts, 11-12 August 1992
  • Report of the U.S. Senate Select Committee on POW/MIA Affairs, 25 January 1993
  • Report of the U.S. Senate Select Committee on POW/MIA Affairs Appendices
  • Congressional hearings on POW/MIA affairs (1991-1992)
  • Congressional hearings on POW/MIA affairs (1992, 1994)
1
Books

Moscow Bound: Policy, Politics and the POW/MIA Dilemma by John M.G. Brown

10
Photographs

VA043708-VA043725, VA043998-VA044001: Photographs of Aircraft, Areas and Individuals associated with Colonel W. LeGro, VAN006021-VAN006033: Negatives
VA039222: AC-119 being shot down on 29 April 1975
VA039223: UTADAO air base on 29 April 1975
VA039224: AC-119 destroyed during attack on 28 April 1975
VA039225: LTC Gerald Montgomery
VA039226, VA039227: Lt. Pat Service whose RB-29 was shot down over the Sea of Japan on 13 June 1952, his body was not recovered
VA039228-VA039232: SSGT Eddie R. Berg whose RB-29 was shot down over the Sea of Japan on 13 June 1952, his body was not recovered
SGT Philip V. Mandra, USMC, who was captured by the Chinese on 7 August 1952 and not repatriated
VA039235, VA039236, VA039237, VAN006034: CPL Charles Russell whose RB-50 was shot down near St. Petersburg, Russia on 29 July 1953 his body was not recovered
4 photographs documenting Colonel William LeGro's service in Saigon

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1
Slides

VAS037746-VAS037789: 44 35mm slides from Colonel William LeGro's service with the U.S. Defense Attaché Office, Saigon

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9
Maps

Kaech'on, Korea (1:50,000) (seriesL752, sheet 2925II)
Yongbyon, Korea (1:50,000) (seriesL752, sheet 2925I)
Joint Operations Graphic (Air) Muang Xepon, Laos
Thailand
Vietnam (1:250,000) (Series 1501 Air, Sheet NE48-15, Edition 5)
Muang Mai, Laos
Cambodia
Vietnam (1:250,000) (Series 1501 Air, Sheet ND48-8, Edition 3)
Situation map kept by Colonel Hoang Ngoc Lung, giving the locations of ARVN and PAVN units in South Vietnam as of 29 April 1975 (Section 12 Drawer12)

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1
Moving Images

1337VI2277: New Jersey Vietnam Veteran's Memorial: Remembering America's War in Vietnam Decades Later (21 October 2005)

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2
Newsletters

American Foreign Policy Newsletter (October 1991)
Bridgehead Sentinel (Published by the Society of the First Division) (Summer 1985)

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5
Serials

Armor Magazine (July-August 1971)
DAV Magazine (November 1991)
U.S. Veteran News and Report (August 1991, January 1992, August 1992 [2 copies])
Life Magazine (22 March 1968) (November 1987)
The American Traveler (1st Infantry Division): Volume 28 Number 15 (22 April 1967)

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Pub Credit Line
13370000000, Colonel William E. LeGro Collection, The Vietnam Center and Archive, Texas Tech University

Added: 21 Feb 2005 [Updated: 20 Oct 2017]