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Jack Drain Collection (1176) Finding Aid
Item Number: 11760000000   (Click For More Item Information)

This collection contains a 142 page manuscript written by Drain and Colonel Thomas M. Moe for Drain's children. The manuscript details Drain's experiences in the military.

Collection: Jack Drain Collection

Added: 23 Jun 2003[Updated: 08 Jul 2009]
Chester Dereng Collection (1188) Finding Aid
Item Number: 11880000000   (Click For More Item Information)

This collection is made up of 16 posters from the U.S. Marine Corps Combat Art Collection, 1967 - 1968, and undated.

Added: 08 Jul 2003[Updated: 18 Jul 2003]
David DeChant Collection (1185) Finding Aid
Item Number: 11850000000   (Click For More Item Information)

Collection consists of photographs; slides; artifacts; newsletters; periodicals; newspaper and magazine articles; VHS tapes; oral history; memoir on CD-ROM; press releases; correspondence; Maryland Vietnam Veterans Memorial documents; Packet from Vietnam Veterans' International Reunion in Melbourne, Australia, October 12-15, 1988; Information on the National Salute to Vietnam Veterans Candlelight Vigil, November 10-12, 1982 at the National Cathedral; Documents from the Vietnam Veterans Leadership Program; Documents from the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Design Competition; Documents from the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund; and various documents concerning Vietnam Veterans after the war.

Added: 10 Jul 2003[Updated: 06 Jun 2019]
Pham Phong Dinh Collection (1199) Finding Aid
Item Number: 11990000000   (Click For More Item Information)

This collection consists of a book written in Vietnamese, 'Chien Su Quan Luc Vietnam Cong Hoa,' (The Republic of Vietnam Armed Forces: The Combat History).

Added: 06 Aug 2003[Updated: 12 Jan 2006]
Nguyen Ngoc Diep Collection (1238) Finding Aid
Item Number: 12380000000   (Click For More Item Information)

Four books written in Vietnamese by Nguyen Ngo Diep - Chuyen Ngay Qua: Tap But, May Chieu: Tap Truyen, Nguoi Con Trung Hieu, and Nho Ve Quang Tri Xa Xua.

Added: 04 Nov 2003[Updated: 04 Nov 2003]
Robert Dugan Collection (1263) Finding Aid
Item Number: 12630000000   (Click For More Item Information)

The Robert Dugan collection includes 4 CD-ROMs; a videotape containing 8mm footage shot by Morris A. 'Doc' Kugler out of a Caribou over RVN in 1967; 1 Phu Cat Air Base history; 9 postcards of DeHavilland C-7A 'Caribou'; and a newsletter named Caribou Country, Cam Ranh Bay Air Base, And RVN July 1968. The CD-ROMs include a Caribou plaque dedication; Dugan photos-RVN 9/68-8/69; Reunion scrapbook 1991-1999; and the Department of Defense Specialized Flight information publication, Tactical Aerodrome Survey Directory South Vietnam (July 15,1969).

Added: 27 Jan 2004[Updated: 23 Apr 2008]
Tony deLeon Collection (1281) Finding Aid
Item Number: 12810000000   (Click For More Item Information)

Present in this collection are statistics, a list of Seabee Units in Vietnam, and a narrative history of Seabees in Vietnam, undated.

Added: 17 Feb 2004[Updated: 25 Feb 2004]
Phuc Nguyen Dang Collection (915) Finding Aid
Item Number: 9150000000   (Click For More Item Information)

Book written in French and published in 2001 titled Viet Nam: Le Dossier Noir du Communisme by Michel Tauriac.

Added: 25 Feb 2004[Updated: 27 Sep 2007]
Peter Duhe Collection (1286) Finding Aid
Item Number: 12860000000   (Click For More Item Information)

Remarks made by Rear Admiral F.A. Daubin and Colonel H.L. Parsons (USMC) at the commissioning ceremony of the USS Frank E. Evans in New York on February 3, 1945.

Added: 01 Mar 2004[Updated: 20 Oct 2017]
Douglas Pike Collection: Unit 03 - Technology (225) Finding Aid
Item Number: 2250000000   (Click For More Item Information)

This series is broken into two sections. The first deals with technological developments such as helicopters, air power, riverine war technologies. The second deals with the subject of chemical and biological warfare including Agent Orange. This section cover the use of weapons systems during the Vietnam Conflict. The material is primarily secondary in nature with an emphasis on research and development. General subject headings include: use of airpower, helicopters, anti- aircraft technology, target selection for bombing and air strike missions, riverine warfare, electronic barriers, and technical intelligence. Also included in this section is information relating to chemical and biological warfare in Vietnam, specifically the use and effects of toxic agents for defoliation and crop destruction programs such as Agent Orange and the issue of 'yellow rain.' Finally, this section examines the Ho Chi Minh Trail and its use during the war.

Added: 29 Jun 2004[Updated: 11 Mar 2013]
Douglas Pike Collection: Unit 03 - Antiwar Activities (215) Finding Aid
Item Number: 2150000000   (Click For More Item Information)

Information on the protest movements in the US and abroad, the NLF/DRV response through the Dich Van programs, relations between the New Left and Hanoi and analysis of the movement by participants. This section contains information on the domestic and international war protest movement. Topics include the New Left (Students for a Democratic Society, the 'New Mobe,' American Peace Councils, and the Committee on Non-Violent Action) as well as campus protests, teach-ins, peace marches and anti-war demonstrations. Also included are interviews with prominent anti-war figures and accounts of their trips to Hanoi. There is also information on the activities of draft resister and the provision of foreign sanctuaries for deserters. There is material on the North Vietnamese response to anti-war activities and their evaluations (Dich Van or Action Among the Enemy Program). Also included are the anti-war activities of Lord Bertrand Russell and his 'War Crimes Trials' held in Stockholm.

Added: 29 Jun 2004[Updated: 11 Mar 2013]
Douglas Pike Collection: Unit 03 - Insurgency Warfare (217) Finding Aid
Item Number: 2170000000   (Click For More Item Information)

Theoretical and intellectual background materials on guerrilla operations during the war in three Subsections on Psyops, Revolutionary Guerrilla War, and Counter-Insurgency. This section examines psychological operations, the concept of revolutionary guerrilla war and counter-insurgency tactics during the Vietnam Conflict. Material examines the nature and theory behind insurgency warfare and some of the international means to combat it. Issues such as communication and propaganda, the Viet Minh and the Leninist's view of 'wars of national liberation' are examined. The counter-insurgency materials cover the regional actions in Asia, the Malayan Emergency, the Huk rebellion in the Philippines and the 'people's war' of Mao Tse-tung and Lin Piao.

Added: 29 Jun 2004[Updated: 10 Sep 2013]
Douglas Pike Collection: Unit 03 - POW/MIA Issues (220) Finding Aid
Item Number: 2200000000   (Click For More Item Information)

This contains data from both sides regarding interments, treatment in the camps, repatriation, prisoner testimony, sighting reports, data on the resolution of the MIA issue. This section contains printed material documenting POW's/MIA's during and after the Vietnam Conflict. The main focus is on American POW's/MIA's but North and South Vietnamese prisoners are also covered. The types of sources included follow the trends of the issue. The majority of the General Literature, which includes government documents and official accounts as opposed to Clippings which focuses on the articles produced by the press, written during the time of the Conflict was published by U.S. government agencies. Congressional hearings, committee reports and research requests on the subject of POW's occurred early in the conflict and continued until 1993 when Dr. Pike stopped gathering material for the unit. Few government agencies pursued the POW/MIA matter as consistently and dilligently as Congress. The Department of Defense, Defense Intelligence Agency, and Central Intelligence Agency produced papers on POW's and MIA's and sanitized sighting reports can be found throughout. Except for one major exception, there is very little material from these sources between 1975 to 1980. The Department of Defense published an exhaustive 15 volume study covering personnel, PW camps, gravesites and crashsites in 1978. In the 1980's when the POW/MIA issue again fell under public scrutiny, these agencies released reports and short letters in response to charges made by the press or POW/MIA groups. Much of the material produced by U.S. government agencies consisted of JUPAO, USIS, FBIS,and USIA bulletins attacking the treatment of U.S. POW's. The North Vietnamese countered these claims with their own newspaper and radio reports,which have been transcripted, on the conditions of the POW's . Once the conflict ended the government's information agencies concentrated on other subject and it fell to civilian groups such as the National League of Families of American Prisoners and Missing in South East Asia to focus attention on the POW/MIA issue. They circulated newsletters designed to bring awareness of the POW/MIA issue to the public and pressure Congress to stay involved. Secondary sources, such as domestic newspapers and magazines, cover the major trends of the issue including early releases of prisoners by the Viet Cong and the North Vietnamese, conditions of the prisoners, peace talks, Son Tay, Operation Homecoming, the return of Marine PFC Garwood, and reports of living POW's and hoaxes in the 1980's-90's

Added: 29 Jun 2004[Updated: 11 Mar 2013]
Douglas Pike Collection: Unit 03 - The Press and the War (226) Finding Aid
Item Number: 2260000000   (Click For More Item Information)

This sub-series deals with the role of the press during the war from varying perspectives. Articles cover the impact of television, performance of the media, government/press relations, captured journalist accounts. Some post war material dealing with the impact of the media on public opinion. This section contains material on the role of the media in Vietnam from a variety of perspectives . Much of the printed materials examines issues such as the impact of television, the conflict between the Government and the Press, and the Journalist's perspective.

Added: 29 Jun 2004[Updated: 11 Mar 2013]
Douglas Pike Collection: Unit 03 - Refugees and Civilian Casualties (222) Finding Aid
Item Number: 2220000000   (Click For More Item Information)

This sub-series covers the problems faced by South Vietnamese civilians displaced by the war. This section examines the plight of South Vietnam refugees during and after the Vietnam Conflict. Special emphasis is placed on the postwar years, the Viet-Kieu, and non-Government Organizations.

Added: 29 Jun 2004[Updated: 11 Mar 2013]
Douglas Pike Collection: Unit 03 - Literature of the War (219) Finding Aid
Item Number: 2190000000   (Click For More Item Information)

Fictional materials - short stories, novellas, poetry, essays, etc. by NLF, DRV, and Pathet Lao authors. This section is a collection of fictional material-short stories, novellas, poetry, and essays by NLF, North Vietnamese and Pathet Lao authors.

Added: 29 Jun 2004[Updated: 11 Mar 2013]
Douglas Pike Collection: Unit 03 - Veterans (228) Finding Aid
Item Number: 2280000000   (Click For More Item Information)

Deals with veterans affairs in the post-war era including veterans organizations, activities, re-adjustment problems, benefits, and the V.A. Also materials on amnesty offers to draft resisters and deserters. This section contains printed materials on post-war veteran organizations and activities, such as adjusting to life after the war, congressional and legal activities involving veterans benefits and Veteran Administration activities.

Added: 29 Jun 2004[Updated: 11 Mar 2013]
Douglas Pike Collection: Unit 03 - War Atrocities (229) Finding Aid
Item Number: 2290000000   (Click For More Item Information)

Contains information on terrorism, war crimes, atrocity charges, resultant court-martials. Covers US, RVN, PAVN, and ROK atrocity reports. Sub-section on My Lai massacre. This section consists of printed materials that examine the role of terrorism and crime during the Vietnam Conflict. The first part of the section examines general war atrocities while the second part of the section focuses on the My Lai Massacre.

Added: 30 Jun 2004[Updated: 11 Mar 2013]
Douglas Pike Collection: Unit 03 - US Economy and US Mission (Saigon) (227) Finding Aid
Item Number: 2270000000   (Click For More Item Information)

The section of this series that deals with the US economy contains material on the direct and indirect costs of the war, appropriations debates, DRV materials on Marxist interpretations of the war. The section on the US Mission deals with the activities of JUSPAO, USIS, AID, MAC-V and other non-governmental organizations in Vietnam. Includes biographical sketches of major officials. This section examines the costs of the war on the U.S. economy from its effects on the s stockmarket to the debates in Congress on appropriations for the war. The second part of the section provides information (some biographical) on U.S. personnel in Vietnam. Topics include the operation of the U.S. Embassy, JUSPAO, USIS, AID, USOM, MACV, MAAG and some non-governmental organizations (NGO) in Vietnam.

Added: 30 Jun 2004[Updated: 11 Mar 2013]
Douglas Pike Collection: Unit 03 - Teaching (224) Finding Aid
Item Number: 2240000000   (Click For More Item Information)

This section examines how one teaches the Vietnam War as well as how one teaches refugees of the Vietnam War.

Added: 30 Jun 2004[Updated: 11 Mar 2013]
Douglas Pike Collection: Unit 03 - Legal and Legislative (218) Finding Aid
Item Number: 2180000000   (Click For More Item Information)

The role of the US Congress in the war. Includes legislative debates, appropriations, committee hearings, texts of laws governing the war, etc. This section examines the role of Congress during the conflict. Topic included in the section are debates on the conflict and appropriation , committee hearings, and activities of Congress members regarding the war.

Added: 30 Jun 2004[Updated: 11 Mar 2013]
Douglas Pike Collection: Unit 03 - Public Opinion (221) Finding Aid
Item Number: 2210000000   (Click For More Item Information)

This file contains information on Gallup, Roper and other opinion polls conducted in the United States and internationally. Also critiques of poll results. The information in this file consists of Gallup, Roper and other public opinion surveys In the U.S., Europe and Japan during the war. Factors that influenced public opinion (mass media, national leadership, social institutions, personal psychology, and events in Vietnam) are covered. The polls and their results are critiqued.

Added: 30 Jun 2004[Updated: 11 Mar 2013]
Douglas Pike Collection: Unit 03 - Statistical Data (223) Finding Aid
Item Number: 2230000000   (Click For More Item Information)

Divided into three subsections this unit consists of three sections which deal with the criteria for statistical analysis of the war, statistical data on all aspects of the war, and chronological statistical tabulations. This section provides statistical data associated with the Vietnam Conflict including information on the U.S. Hamlet Evaluation System (HES), body count debate, order of battle, cost of the war, air war, economy, military and technical assistance to North and South Vietnam, damage estimates, data on the ground soldiers, and a variety of other statistical information.

Added: 30 Jun 2004[Updated: 14 Nov 2018]
Douglas Pike Collection: Unit 03 - Civil Operations and Revolutionary Development Support (CORDS) (216) Finding Aid
Item Number: 2160000000   (Click For More Item Information)

Materials document Civil Operations, Revolutionary Development Support (CORDS) procedures and operations in Vietnam 1968-1972.

Added: 30 Jun 2004[Updated: 31 Mar 2017]
Edward H. Douglas Collection (1379) Finding Aid
Item Number: 13790000000   (Click For More Item Information)

Over seven linear feet of books, newsletters, documents, photos and museum objects document Edward H. Douglas's experience in Vietnam and contributions to the Vietnam Archive.

Added: 02 Aug 2004[Updated: 20 Oct 2017]
Thomas Dzicek Collection (1398) Finding Aid
Item Number: 13980000000   (Click For More Item Information)

A book containing brief biographies of the 612 men from Connecticut that were killed in Vietnam compiled by Thomas Dzicek's students at Captain Nathan Hale Middle School in Coventry, Connecticut, and six copies of Vietnam War lesson plans and activities for middle school students document Thomas Dzicek's 612 Project. In the 612 Project his students interviewed the families and friends of all 612 Connecticut men killed in Vietnam. The interviews and research subsequently led to the published biographies of the men from Connecticut killed in Vietnam and the Heroes of Vietnam lesson and activities plans. The Weiner Nusim Foundation, acting with the permission of Thomas Dzicek, published both.

Added: 09 Aug 2004[Updated: 22 Aug 2017]
William M. Dempsey Collection (2778) Finding Aid
Item Number: 27780000000   (Click For More Item Information)

Less than a quarter of a linear foot of audio materials and documents donated to the archive by William M. Dempsey. Dempsey was an Air Force Public Information Officer for AFVN-Saigon in 1967 through 1968. The audio materials include a reel-to-reel and duplicated CD recording of an AFVN program narrated by Staff Sergeant Herb Manchester describing the rescue of three downed pilots in North Vietnam in November or December 1967. The documents in the collection are about AFVN personnel involved in the show.

Added: 21 Jul 2017[Updated: 21 Jul 2017]
John W. Durham Collection
Item Number: 28850000000   (Click For More Item Information)
Added: 23 Aug 2017[Updated: 23 Aug 2017]
James C. Smith Collection (2825) Finding Aid
Item Number: 28250000000   (Click For More Item Information)

Approximately 2.5 linear feet of moving images, audio material, documents, and a book collected by Major General James C. Smith. The audio recordings include music performances from the 1st Cavalry Division band, lectures on leadership given by Lieutenant General Zais, press briefings, and other programs. The videos include commercial films about the Vietnam War and home movies on Super 8mm and 16mm film. The home videos include footage from all three of Smith's tours of duty in Vietnam and date from 1966 through 1970. The footage includes change of command and awards ceremonies, footage of bases and landing zones (LZs), and the unit activities of the 1st Cavalry Division and the 101st Airborne Division. Of interest is one film showing footage of firebase Brick, Arsenal, Birmingham, Bastogne, and Ripcord from June 1970. Included with the film is a typed analysis of each firebase's defenses with suggestions on how to improve security. The documents and books talk about helicopter unit operations. The materials in this collection date from 1962 through 2000.

Added: 11 Sep 2017[Updated: 28 Sep 2017]
Les Davison Collection (2855) Finding Aid
Item Number: 28550000000   (Click For More Item Information)

The collection consists of approximately half of a linear foot of periodicals and documents accumulated by Les Davison. The materials include several issues of Hawk magazine (published by the 1st Aviation Brigade) from 1969 through 1970, two issues of the USARV Aviation Pamphlets, and a photocopy of The Reporter news magazine from May 8, 1965. The collection also contains a quarter of a linear foot of textual records documenting the activities of the 155th Assault Helicopter Company (155th AHC) during the unit's service in Vietnam from 1965 to 1970. The documents include a commendation citation for the Distinguished Flying Cross, a 155th Assault Helicopter Company roster, and unit histories for 1965-1966 for the 155th Aviation Company, and from 1967-1970 for the 155th Assault Helicopter Company. The collection also includes the 1969 annual supplement to the history of the 10th Aviation Battalion (Combat) and unit newspapers Vagabond Voice (10th Combat Aviation Battalion) and Poolside Parable (155th AHC).

Added: 23 Oct 2017[Updated: 30 Apr 2019]
Ralph P. Brown Collection (2925) Finding Aid
Item Number: 29250000000   (Click For More Item Information)

The collection consists of a Cavalry flag and a photograph depicting soldiers examining the flag accumulated by Lieutenant Colonel Ralph Brown. The materials are undated.

Added: 29 Nov 2017[Updated: 29 Nov 2017]
Tom McPartlin Collection (2970) Finding Aid
Item Number: 29700000000   (Click For More Item Information)

The collection consists of photographs documenting the service of Tom McPartlin as a medic in Vietnam. The photographs are undated.

Added: 07 May 2018[Updated: 07 May 2018]
Phillip Daniels Collection (2975) Finding Aid
Item Number: 29750000000   (Click For More Item Information)

The collection consists of approximately 10 linear feet of videos consisting of interviews filmed between 1997 and 2000 with many of the originators of the National League of Families of Prisoners and Missing in Southeast Asia and others involved in different aspects of the domestic activities surrounding POW/MIAs during the Vietnam War and the period immediately following it. The videos are original source material from a TV documentary, Among the Missing, produced by Phillip Daniels about the origins of the POW/MIA movement. The material includes both Beta SP master tapes as well as VHS dubs. Interviewees featured in the videos include Carol Hrdlicka, Carole Hanson Hickerson, Sybil Stockdale, Admiral James B. Stockdale, Louise Mulligan, Bob Smith - former House Rep. and Senator (R-NH), Earl Hopper, Patty Skelly, Carol Bates Brown, Gloria Coppin, Jay Veith, Dolores Alfond. The material also includes a list of technical specifications for program delivery from History Television with annotations, an SFX log, a clipping, and transcripts for interviews conducted for Among the Missing.

Added: 18 May 2018[Updated: 03 Jul 2018]
Richard and Cynthia Johnson Collection (2699) Finding Aid
Item Number: 26990000000   (Click For More Item Information)

The collection consists of approximately 1.5 linear feet of internal memos, correspondence, clippings, newspapers, Quaker Service Vietnam bulletins, pamphlets, publicity materials, directories, photographs, and slides relating to the operation of the American Friends Service Committee (AFSC) operation in Quang Ngai, Vietnam in 1967-1968. The items were collected by Richard and Cynthia Johnson during their time in the country and after the closure of the program following the Tet Offensive. The AFSC operated a daycare program for refugee children and a home economics school for Vietnamese women, as well as a program to provide amputees with prosthetics, known as the Quaker Rehab Center. The rehab center also treated burn victims, half of whom were Napalm victims. The materials are predominately dated 1964-1972.

Added: 29 Jun 2018[Updated: 13 Jul 2018]
John W. Deyton, Jr. Collection (2991) Finding Aid
Item Number: 29910000000   (Click For More Item Information)

The collection consists of slides and a DVD with digitized copies of the slides documenting John W. Deyton, Jr.'s service as CO of 1st Hospital Company, Da Nang from July 1968 through July 1969.

Added: 01 Aug 2018[Updated: 01 Aug 2018]
Fred Donner Collection (3021) Finding Aid
Item Number: 30210000000   (Click For More Item Information)

The collection consists of articles written by Fred Donner. The material is dated 2017.

Added: 14 Nov 2018[Updated: 26 Nov 2018]
Van Nguyen Duong Collection (3053) Finding Aid
Item Number: 30530000000   (Click For More Item Information)

The collection consists of one copy of The Tragedy of the Vietnam War by Van Nguyen Duong.

Added: 03 May 2019[Updated: 03 May 2019]
James L. Dickey Collection (3056) Finding Aid
Item Number: 30560000000   (Click For More Item Information)

The collection consists of approximately 1.25 linear feet of materials documenting Lieutenant Colonel James L. Dickey's service as the logistical officer for Company B, 5th Special Forces Group (Airborne) in Vietnam from 1967 to 1969. The materials include a list of special forces camps, a description of Dickey's service, photographs, slides, and electronic media.

Added: 09 May 2019[Updated: 09 May 2019]
William Dennison Collection (2569) Finding Aid
Item Number: 25690000000   (Click For More Item Information)

372 slides taken by William Dennison showing his time as the executive officer of the 261st Signal Company stations at Phu Hiep, Tuy Hoa, and Vung Ro Mountain. The slides date from September 1970 to August 1971.

Added: 09 Jul 2013[Updated: 17 Jul 2018]
Dennis Dauphin Collection (2606) Finding Aid
Item Number: 26060000000   (Click For More Item Information)

This collection contains one CD containing the files of the Mighty Ninth website captured in October of 2013. The website was created by Dennis Dauphin who served as the Executive Officer of A Battery, 2nd Battalion, 9th Artillery. The website contains the unit's history, rosters, photographs, maps, and other information about the people who served in the unit while it was in Vietnam.

Added: 12 Dec 2013[Updated: 12 Dec 2013]
Bruce Decker Collection (2556) Finding Aid
Item Number: 25560000000   (Click For More Item Information)

324 slides document Bruce Decker's tour of duty in Vietnam from April 1, 1967-April 1, 1968 with Advisory Team 52 in Vinh Long Province in the Mekong Delta towns of Ba Cang, Binh Minh, and Cho Lach, as wells as the province capitol of Vinh Long, where he was located during the attacks of the 1968 Tet offensive.

Added: 19 Feb 2014[Updated: 25 Jun 2019]
Brian R. Deering & Frederic A. Bergerson Collection (2630) Finding Aid
Item Number: 26300000000   (Click For More Item Information)

One DVD-R donated to the archive by Brian Deering. The DVD contains scans of the Daily Intelligence Summaries from the 1st Cavalry Division from the time of the Tet Offensive and date from February 13, 1968 through June 30, 1968.

Added: 28 Apr 2014[Updated: 19 Aug 2014]
Jerry Dufresne Collection (2632) Finding Aid
Item Number: 26320000000   (Click For More Item Information)

One memoir donated to the archive by Jerry Dufresne. The memoir is about his service with the 619th Tactical Control Squadron (619th TCS) in Vietnam from July 1969 through February 1971. During his tour Dufresne volunteered to work as a French interpreter for the 19th Tactical Air Support Squadron (19th TASS) and fly on FAC missions over Cambodia in support of General Lon Nol from June 1970 through February 1971.

Added: 01 May 2014[Updated: 01 May 2014]
Aubrey 'Gene' Durrett Collection (2539) Finding Aid
Item Number: 25390000000   (Click For More Item Information)

Approximately a quarter of a linear foot of photographs taken by Aubrey 'Gene' Durrett while serving in Vietnam with the 1st /8th Howitzer Battalion from 1964 to 1965.

Added: 13 May 2014[Updated: 02 Sep 2014]
Kristopher Dubach Collection (2640) Finding Aid
Item Number: 26400000000   (Click For More Item Information)

One CD-ROM with a copy of Kristopher Dubach's senior seminar paper titled 'Development of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder: The Dehumanization of Vietnam Veterans'.

Added: 09 Jun 2014[Updated: 09 Jun 2014]
Civil Operations and Revolutionary Development Support (CORDS) Collection (2367) Finding Aid
Item Number: 23670000000   (Click For More Item Information)

Paper published by the Institute for Defense Analyses titled 'Provincial Reconstruction Team Training and Lessons Learned from Civil Operations and Rural Develpoment Support (CORDS) in Vietnam.'

Added: 04 Dec 2014[Updated: 22 Mar 2017]
Richard DeSoto Collection (2660) Finding Aid
Item Number: 26600000000   (Click For More Item Information)

One book, Never a Hero, Richard DeSoto, 2010. The book is his memoir of service in Vietnam, where he was assigned to the 22nd Field Artillery.

Added: 07 Apr 2015[Updated: 07 Apr 2015]
John J. Deacy Collection (2158) Finding Aid
Item Number: 21580000000   (Click For More Item Information)

One folder of military administrative documents, correspondence, articles, and 16 photographs document John J. Deacy's service in Vietnam with Detachment B-36, 3rd Mobile Strike Force Command (MSFC), Company A, 5th Special Forces Group from November 1967 through June 1969.

Added: 06 Nov 2008[Updated: 16 Nov 2018]
Doan Thanh Lien Collection (2157) Finding Aid
Item Number: 21570000000   (Click For More Item Information)

Less than one linear foot of books written in Vietnamese donated to the Vietnam Archive by Doan Thanh Lien.

Added: 06 Nov 2008[Updated: 06 Nov 2008]
Gordon Denniston Collection (2026) Finding Aid
Item Number: 20260000000   (Click For More Item Information)

DVD contains film footage from Gordon Denniston's tour of duty in Vietnam in 1967 with the United State Special Forces (FOB - 2).

Added: 08 Nov 2007[Updated: 06 Jan 2010]
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