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James L. Aubuchon Collection (1748) Finding Aid

Item Number: 17480000000

Scope and Contents

The James Aubuchon Collection is comprised of thirty-five stamps from North Vietnam contained in a thick folder.


  • 29 March 2006

Biographical / Historical

James Aubuchon was born in 1946 in Merrill, Wisconsin and volunteered for the United States Air Force in 1964. Aubuchon served in the 56th USAF dispensary, but worked in the field as a member of 'civic action.' While a member of civic action Aubuchon worked as a medic in civilian clothes in a small village in northeast Thailand. While serving in southeast Asia Aubuchon was stationed officially at Nakan Phanom Air Base in Thailand, but actually worked at a remote isolated duty station at Tambon Tan Kon. Aubuchon achieved the rank of Airman First Class and during his service was awarded the Vietnam Service Medal with one Bronze Star and the Republic of Vietnam Campaign Medal. Aubuchon was discharged from active duty in 1968 and is a member of the Thailand, Laos, Cambodia Brotherhood.
Finding Aid
Length (Linear Feet)
  • Box 1: [1] [TTU - Southwest Collections Building, Stacks [D060.4 ]]


  • Thirty-five North Vietnamese stamps contained in a thick folder

Pub Credit Line
17480000000, James L. Aubuchon Collection, The Vietnam Center and Archive, Texas Tech University

Added: 29 Mar 2006 [Updated: 29 Mar 2006]