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Charles Campbell Collection (2253) Finding Aid

Item Number: 22530000000
 Collection

Scope and Contents

Slides document Charles Campbell's service in Vietnam at the 12th Evacuation Hospital.

Dates

  • 08 October 2009

Biographical / Historical

Charles Campbell was born July 1, 1938 in Sparta, Wisconsin. He was drafted by the US Army in July 1966. He served two years, one of which was spent in Vietnam. He was assigned to the 12th Evacuation Hospital for 8 months at Cu Chi, Vietnam and with the 93rd Evacuation Hospital for 4 months at Long Binh, Vietnam. Campbell worked as a Nurse Anesthetist. His unit was involved in Operations Manhattan, Junction City, Cedar Falls, and the Tet Offensive, Operation Attleboro. Campbell received a Distinguished Unit Citation. During his service he was promoted from 1st Lieutenant to Captain. He was discharged in 1968. After the war, Campbell practiced Anesthesia in rural Wisconsin hospitals.
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Finding Aid
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Slide Collection
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Slides

38 slides detailing the staff, infrastructure, and horrible injuries seen at the 12th Evacuation Hospital

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1
Slides

38 slides detailing the staff, infrastructure, and horrible injuries seen at the 12th Evacuation Hospital

Click here to view all Slides

Pub Credit Line
22530000000, Charles Campbell Collection, The Vietnam Center and Archive, Texas Tech University

Added: 08 Oct 2009 [Updated: 13 Nov 2009]