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Interview with Diana Curry
Item Number: OH0436   (Click For More Item Information)
 Oral History

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[Number of Pages: 68]

(Civilian) Diane is the wife of Pat Curry who served in the RVN as a Logistics Officer with the U.S. Army, 1968-1969. In her interview, Diane discusses life on the home front before Pat went to Vietnam, while he was in Vietnam, and when he came home. She also discusses the aftermath of the war in

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Author(s): Richard B. Verrone, PhD

Item Creation Date: 08 August 2005

Collection: Diana Lynn Curry Collection

Added: 11 Aug 2005[Updated: 25 Apr 2011]
Outlook: Vietnam News Monthly Publication Volume 2, Number 23 - Magazine
Item Number: 2862822005   (Click For More Item Information)
 Document

[Number of Pages: 52]

Item Creation Date: November 2005

Collection: Sedgwick Tourison Collection

Added: 28 Mar 2019[Updated: 28 Mar 2019]
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Interview with Richard E. Carey
Item Number: OH0443   (Click For More Item Information)
 Oral History

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[Number of Pages: 518]

Lt. Gen. Richard E. Carey (USMC, ret.) discusses his experiences during his career in the U.S. Marine Corps. Carey served during the Korean War, and during the Vietnam War where he directed the Marine Corps participation in the evacuation of Saigon in April 1975.

Author(s): Laura M. Calkins, PhD

Item Creation Date: 19 September 2005

Collection: Lt.Gen. Richard E. Carey Collection

Added: 25 Jan 2008[Updated: 05 Sep 2012]
Interview with William LeGro
Item Number: OH0431   (Click For More Item Information)
 Oral History

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[Number of Pages: 1]

In this interview Col. William E. LeGro describes his military career, which spanned from 1943 until 1977. Entering the military in 1943 as an enlisted soldier, LeGro served in the pacific duringWorld War II and left the military in 1945. In 1949, LeGro returned to the Army as an officer and

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Author(s): Laura M. Calkins, PhD

Item Creation Date: 23 June 2005

Collection: Colonel William E. LeGro Collection

Added: 29 Jan 2008[Updated: 14 May 2010]