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Dorothy Villegas Collection (2209) Finding Aid
Item Number: 22090000000   (Click To View)
 Collection

Approximately one linear foot of correspondence, photographs, and articles document Dorothy Villegas' charity work during the Vietnam War which included holding yard parties for hospitalized veterans in Carpentersville, Illinois; participating in Operation Mailtech where she wrote letters to soldiers in Vietnam; and donating to orphans in Vietnam.

Added: 29 Mar 2010[Updated: 01 Jun 2010]
Arthur J. Van Puymbrouck Collection (1915) Finding Aid
Item Number: 19150000000   (Click To View)
 Collection

Less than one linear foot of personal correspondance, photographs, Purple Heart and Bronze Star Awards, and books detail Arthur Van Puymbrouck's military service in Vietnam with the 25th Infantry Division.

Added: 01 Feb 2007[Updated: 20 Sep 2016]
Carolyn D. Vallieres Collection (1917) Finding Aid
Item Number: 19170000000   (Click To View)
 Collection

Less than one linear foot of documents and maps document Carolyn D. Vallieres' ex-husband's time in Vietnam. The collection includes multiple North Vietnamese and Viet Cong propaganda leaflets and documents; One waterproof map of South Vietnam and Tay Ninh. All materials are in fair to good condition.

Added: 07 Feb 2007[Updated: 23 Apr 2007]
Benedicto K. Villaverde Collection (1865) Finding Aid
Item Number: 18650000000   (Click To View)
 Collection

Less than one linear foot of military administrative documents, articles, photographs, leaflets, Vietnamese currency, a VHS tape, and a 1969 diary document Benedicto Villaverde's tour of duty in Vietnam from April-May 1969. All materials date from the war era.

Added: 09 Feb 2007[Updated: 19 Apr 2007]
Carl Vogel Collection (1863) Finding Aid
Item Number: 18630000000   (Click To View)
 Collection

Approximately two linear feet of slides, photographs, artifacts, an audio cassette tape, magnetic tape audio, military administrative and travel documents, postcards, and newspaper clippings document Carl Vogel's tour of duty in Qui Nhon, South Vietnam as a helicopter crew chief with the 117th Aviation Company, February 1964 - February 1965. One of the DD-214 forms and the magnetic tapes belonged to Robert G. Vogel, Carl Vogel's late brother, who served in Vietnam, 1968-1969. The bulk of the materials date from the war era, with some of the artifacts dating form the post-war period. Most materials are in moderate to good condition.

Collection: Carl Vogel Collection

Added: 19 Mar 2007[Updated: 07 Nov 2008]
Vietnamese American Heritage Foundation Collection (1950) Finding Aid
Item Number: 19500000000   (Click To View)
 Collection

Less than one linear foot of printed articles and press releases from the Vietnamese American Heritage Foundation (VAHF) document the Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation. All materials are in good condition and date from the post-war period.

Added: 23 Apr 2007[Updated: 04 May 2007]
Mr. Timothy (Tim) P. Vail Collection (1712) Finding Aid
Item Number: 17120000000   (Click To View)
 Collection

Over one linear foot of artifacts, a DD-214, Military Payment Certificates (MPCs), NVA propaganda fliers, and three photographs document Tim Vail's tour of duty with the Americal Division, C Company, 1st Battalion, 46th Regiment, 198th Light Infantry Brigade, 1969. That materials date from the war era and are in good condition.

Added: 09 May 2007[Updated: 09 May 2007]
Philip Varsel Collection (1816) Finding Aid
Item Number: 18160000000   (Click To View)
 Collection

Two linear feet of photographs, slides, and books document Philip Varsel's service with the First Infantry Division in Vietnam. Includes images from Company C, 701st Maintenance at Lai Khe; Caison V at Chon Thanh; along Highway 13, including 1/4 Cavalry NDP (night defensive perimeter); 701st Maintenance at Di An HQ&A; training with 185th Maintenance at Long Binh; Bandit Hill; MACV Compound at Bao Trai; Soui Da and Ben Cui, Operation Junction City; 725th Maintenance at Cu Chi; Company B 27th Maintenance at Bien Hoa Army Base and Tay Ninh; Ho Bo Woods.

Added: 28 Sep 2007[Updated: 26 Aug 2015]
Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund Collection (1195) Finding Aid
Item Number: 11950000000   (Click To View)
 Collection

This collection contains information about the Veterans Education Project. Included is a video tape, The Heart of a Warrior; an interview with veteran Thomas E. Murray and the students of the PTEC High School Program's History of the Vietnam War class.

Added: 06 Aug 2003[Updated: 12 Jan 2006]
Ngo Van Collection (1215) Finding Aid
Item Number: 12150000000   (Click To View)
 Collection

Collection of books in French, English, and Vietnamese written and donated by Ngo Van.

Collection: Ngo Van Collection

Added: 02 Oct 2003[Updated: 12 Jan 2006]
André Van Chau Collection (1239) Finding Aid
Item Number: 12390000000   (Click To View)
 Collection

Signed copy of A Lifetime in the Eye of the Storm by Andre Van Chau.

Added: 04 Nov 2003[Updated: 17 Nov 2003]
Kara Dixon Vuic Collection (1279) Finding Aid
Item Number: 12790000000   (Click To View)
 Collection

Cassette tape recordings that documenting Kara Vuic's oral history interviews with members of the Army Nurse Corps Association.

Added: 16 Feb 2004[Updated: 31 Jan 2005]
Hal Vorhies Collection (1066) Finding Aid
Item Number: 10660000000   (Click To View)
 Collection

This collection consists of 84 reels of microfilm and a hand-carved wooden stamp used by the Viet Cong. Each reel of film holds approximately 100 feet of film. The film was sorted from vastly greated collection of the Combined Document Exploitation Center (CDEC), USMACV and consists of captured documents of the Viet Cong (VC) and North Vietnamese Army (NVA). It includes the original documents and their English translations. Also included is the following capture data: Date, location, capturing unit/activity and other circumstantial notations.

The sort from the master database was to select documents which bore a relationship to the VC and NVA activities in building a political infrastructure in South Vietnam during the conflict. The sort was done in 1975 by the Air Force Academy (which then had the entire CDEC microfilm holdings) using the machine designed for that purpose.

Added: 12 Nov 2002[Updated: 23 Mar 2006]
I. Richard & Carol Verrone Collection (1080) Finding Aid
Item Number: 10800000000   (Click To View)
 Collection

This collection consists of a newspaper articles from the News Observer (April 2004 and undated), Wall Street Journal (April 9, 2003 & April 4, 2005), the Wilmington Star-News (October 20, 2003), the Topeka Capital-Journal (December 11, 2003), and the Lubbock Avalanche-Journal (January 19, 2003, February 4, February 23, 2003, March 14, 2003 and April 20, 2004). The undated article from the News Observer chronicles Ken Cory's personal experiences as a tunnel rat and radio operator during the Vietnam War. The April 2004 article from the news observer discusses the sacrifices made by Captain Henry T. Waskow during World War II and how Americans today need to appreciate the sacrifices made their soldiers in the Middle East. The January 19th article from the Lubbock Avalanche-Journal describes the discovery of Captain Larry Lucas' remains in Laos in 1999 after he had been MIA for 33 years. The February 4th issue of the Lubbock Avalanche-Journal contains an article on Everett 'Scoop' Hooper, a retired Marine and Vietnam Veteran, and an article on Dr. Richard Verrone and the Texas Tech Extended Studies Program. The February 23rd article from the Lubbock Avalanche-Journal chronicles Fidel Castro's visit to Vietnam. The March 14th article from the Lubbock Avalanche-Journal discusses a 900-mile motorcycle trek honoring Vietnam Veterans in Texas. The April 20th, 2004 article from the Lubbock Avalanche Journal discusses the former South Vietnamese General and Prime Minister Nguyen Khanh's visit to Texas Tech. The April 2003 article from the Wall Street Journal deals with Sudden Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) in Vietnam, and the April 2004 article from the Wall Street Journal covers the demotion of Marine Col. Joe D. Dowdy . The article from the Wilmington Star-News discusses possible atrocities committed by the Tiger Force unit of the U.S. Army's 101st Airborne Division in the Central Highlands in 1967.

Added: 16 Dec 2002[Updated: 24 Oct 2008]
M. C. Vickers Collection (982) Finding Aid
Item Number: 9820000000   (Click To View)
 Collection

This collection consists of photocopies of newspaper articles published in Cavalair, January 10, 1968.

Added: 08 Jan 2003[Updated: 22 Jan 2003]
Vietnam Archive Reference Resources Collection (9980) Finding Aid
Item Number: 99800000000   (Click To View)
 Collection

An alphabetical list compiled by the Defense Prisoner of War/Missing Personnel office in January 2004 documents all U.S. personnel unaccounted for during the Vietnam War. Future accessions to the Vietnam Archive Reference Resources Collection will provide general information about the Vietnam War published and distributed by various government agencies and organizations.

Added: 26 Feb 2004[Updated: 12 Jan 2006]
Ron Vaughn Collection (1284) Finding Aid
Item Number: 12840000000   (Click To View)
 Collection

Slides; photographs; artifacts; Masked Rider newsletters, brief biographies of Vice Admiral Emmett Tidd and Rear Admiral Justin Langille, III; Richard Anderson's birth certificate; newspaper articles concerning the 2001 dedication of a memorial to fallen World War II veteran and Medal of Honor winner Richard B. Anderson; photocopies of articles related to the commissioning / launching of the USS Richard B. Anderson; obituary of Rear Admiral Justin Langille, III (San Diego Union-Tribune, May 6, 1996); correspondence; photocopy of the USS Richard B. Anderson's log (January 1, 1963); Change of Command ceremony program, May 16, 1969; copy of the decommissioning prayer; information on the Naval Historical CenterPhotographic Reference Services; an issue of Life Magazine (October 23, 1970); and a brief history of the USS Richard B. Anderson all comprise the materials in the Vaughn collection.

Added: 09 Mar 2004[Updated: 20 Mar 2018]
Donald E. Van Meter Collection (1329) Finding Aid
Item Number: 13290000000   (Click To View)
 Collection

271 slides document Donald Van Meter's experiences in Vietnam as a Helicopter Combat Rescue Pilot in 1967.

Added: 26 Apr 2004[Updated: 25 Jan 2007]
Richard Burks Verrone Collection (1350) Finding Aid
Item Number: 13500000000   (Click To View)
 Collection

Over two linear feet of books, photographs, posters, museum objects, audio cassettes and CDs, newsletters, periodicals, correspondence, certificates, a speech transcript, and news clippings and articles document various aspects of the Vietnam Conflict, including its aftermath and relevance to current events, and news about Texas Tech University and the Vietnam Center and Archive. Almost all materials date from the post-war era and are in good condition.

Added: 14 Jun 2004[Updated: 26 Jul 2012]
Vietnamese Ministry of Industry (965) Finding Aid
Item Number: 9650000000   (Click To View)
 Collection

Plaque depicts the Van Mieu Temple of Learning in Hanoi and was presented to Dr. Reckner during a visit by representatives of the Vietnamese Ministry of Industry during a visit to The Vietnam Archive, May 23, 2002.

Added: 19 Jul 2002[Updated: 28 Sep 2007]
Tran Van Nam Collection (1800) Finding Aid
Item Number: 18000000000   (Click To View)
 Collection

Two copies of Trong Dong Cam Thuc Van Hoc Mien Nam , a book written in Vietnamese by Tran Van Nam documents his recollections of the 'American War' in Vietnam. The book was published in 2006.

Added: 25 Aug 2006[Updated: 25 Aug 2006]
Thomas A. Veigh Collection (1862) Finding Aid
Item Number: 18620000000   (Click To View)
 Collection

Less than one linear foot of a DVD copy of original footage from an 8mm film reel documents Thomas A. Veigh's second tour of dury in Vietnam as the 3rd Platoon Sergeant/Right Guide of Delta Company, 1st Battalion, 7th Marines, 1st Marine Division.

Added: 06 Nov 2006[Updated: 25 Oct 2007]
Veteran Members of the 109th Quartermaster Company (Air Delivery) Collection (001) Finding Aid
Item Number: 0010000000   (Click To View)
 Collection

Four linear feet of materials document the 109th Quartermaster Company (Air Delivery), the 383rd Quartermaster Detachment, and the 549th Quartermaster Company's (earlier known as the 8081st Quartermaster Company) service during the Vietnam Conflict. Dates of materials range from the war era up through the 1990s.
National Security Files copied from the LBJ Library make up the bulk of the document section of the collection and contain the following: office files of Walter W. Rostow, the files of General William C. Westmoreland, National Security Council Histories, and memorandums to the President's office. The large number of declassified documents in the collection were assembled in order to illustrate the importance and priority of the airdrops at Khe Sanh, which has been minimized in the post-war years. As these documents show, of the 12,000 tons of supplies delivered to Khe Sanh during the siege, 8,000 tons were delivered by parachute and extraction systems. This significant contribution was frequently accomplished with unproven techniques. Due to the efficacy of techniques developed at Khe Sanh, Army riggers essentially 'wrote the book' on aerial delivery in Vietnam. These documents are primarily from the war era.
NOTE: The box number within parenthesis in the inventory section of this finding aid refer to the box number at the LBJ Library from which they were copied.
Also included in this document collection are company histories, orders, rosters and photograph reproductions of the 190th Quartermaster Company (Air Delivery), the 383rd Quartermaster Detachment (Air Supply) and the 549th Quartermaster Company (earlier known as the 8081st Quartermaster Company). A small group of men from this unit (8081st) trained and covertly assisted the French with airdrops during the 1954 battle of Dien Bien Phu. While on 'Temporary Duty' in Vietnam, this unit made contributions to both the Dien Bien Phu siege in 1954 and the Khe Sanh siege in 1968. Although the 549th was never assigned as a unit in Vietnam, it assisted the CIA with airdrops in Laos and rigged the supplies for the An Loc siege in Vietnam during 1972. The 383rd made major contributions in Vietnam while attached as part of the 109th Quartermaster Company and later as a separate air delivery unit.
Books, photographs, posters, museum artifacts, two VHS tapes, and periodicals make up the separated materials section of the collection and are primarily from the post-war era.

Added: 15 Oct 2001[Updated: 30 Jul 2013]
Vietnam Archive Newspaper Clippings Collection (158) Finding Aid
Item Number: 1580000000   (Click To View)
 Collection

Approximately one and a half linear feet of photocopied newspaper clippings from various sources and various newspapers document various aspects of media coverage of the Vietnam Conflict and its aftermath. The collection is divided into subject categories and general files.

Added: 05 Nov 2001[Updated: 13 Mar 2006]
Viet-Nam Documents and Research Notes Collection (315) Finding Aid
Item Number: 3150000000   (Click To View)
 Collection

Approximately one linear foot of Southern Viet Cong and North Vietnamese captured documents and translated texts detail various issues related to the Vietnam Conflict. These materials were collected and produced by the United States Mission in Vietnam and date primarily from the war period.

Added: 05 Nov 2001[Updated: 12 Jun 2006]
Vietnam Veterans Institute Collection (328) Finding Aid
Item Number: 3280000000   (Click To View)
 Collection

Approximately five linear feet of materials detail the various issues associated with the Vietnam Veterans Institute. The collection is divided into five categories: Administrative Files, Individual Files, Life Time Service Award, Conferences and General Files. The Administrative Files section contains general file titles arranged alphabetically on subjects directly related to the Vietnam Veteran Institute. The Individual Files section contains material produced by various individuals associated with the Vietnam Veterans Institute. The Life Time Service Award section concerns the Vietnam Veterans Institute and Paralyzed Veterans of America Award for Life Service to Veterans. The Conferences section contains material on the several conferences sponsored by the Vietnam Veterans Institute and the General Files section is a compilation of material collected by the Vietnam Veterans Institute not directly related to the organization. Almost all of the materials date from the post-war period.

Added: 05 Nov 2001[Updated: 13 Jun 2006]
Samuel Verdeja Collection (2500) Finding Aid
Item Number: 25000000000   (Click To View)
 Collection

CD-ROM containing photographs and images of scrapbook pages documenting Samuel Verdeja's service with the Marines in Vietnam from 1969 - 1970.

Added: 28 Jun 2012[Updated: 28 Jun 2012]
Douglas Valentine Collection (2506) Finding Aid
Item Number: 25060000000   (Click To View)
 Collection

Twenty three CD or DVD-ROMS containing documents, scanned photographs, and recorded interviews that document the Phoenix program used by Douglas Valentine in researching his book 'The Phoenix Program'. There are twenty one recorded interviews with CIA and military officers who participated in the program. Notable interviews include: Nelson Brickham (creator of the Phoenix Program), Evan Parker (first director of the Phoenix Program), Thomas Donohue (Chief of Covert Operations in Vietnam 1964 - 1966), John Muldoon (Chief of the Province Interrogation Program 1964 - 1966), John Tilton (final director of the Phoenix Program), and William Colby (Ambassador and Director of the CIA 1973 - 1976). The interviews were conducted in the 1980's.

Added: 20 Sep 2012[Updated: 18 Dec 2012]
Remy Vlek Collection (2396) Finding Aid
Item Number: 23960000000   (Click To View)
 Collection

DVD titled 'Vietnam: The Memory' discusses the effects of Agent Orange on North Vietnamese veterans of the Vietnam War and the Vietnamese population in general.

Collection: Remy Vlek Collection

Added: 02 May 2011[Updated: 02 May 2011]
Vietnam Project (UA 2.9.5.5) Finding Aid
Item Number: UA29550000000   (Click To View)
 Collection
Added: 14 Jan 2016[Updated: 14 Jan 2016]
Vietnam Press: Morning Edition (English Version) (316) Finding Aid
Item Number: 3160000000   (Click To View)
 Collection

Seventeen issues of the Vietnam Press: Morning Edition (English Language) detail various news stories during the Vietnam Conflict. These issues date from September 1962 to May 1970.

Added: 08 Jan 2002[Updated: 12 Jun 2006]
Vietnam Press: Table of Contents (326) Finding Aid
Item Number: 3260000000   (Click To View)
 Collection

Half a linear foot of the table of contents for the Vietnam Press details issue numbers, dates, and article titles published in the Vietnam Press. The table of contents in written in French and is arranged chronologically, December 1959 - February 1964.

Added: 08 Jan 2002[Updated: 13 Jun 2006]
Vietnam Press: Revues Morning Edition (325) Finding Aid
Item Number: 3250000000   (Click To View)
 Collection

Approximately two linear feet of issues of the Vietnam Press: Revues Morning Edition document international, national, and local news stories from Vietnam during the Vietnam Conflict. The collection is written in the French language and is arranged chronologically, the first dating from June 1960 and the last dating from April 1964.

Added: 08 Jan 2002[Updated: 13 Jun 2006]
Vietnam Press: Revue of German and Swiss Press on Vietnam (324) Finding Aid
Item Number: 3240000000   (Click To View)
 Collection

One issue of the Vietnam Press: Revue of German and Swiss Press on Vietnam details Swiss and German perspectives on Vietnamese news stories. The one issue of the collection dates from 21 - 31 October 1962.

Added: 08 Jan 2002[Updated: 13 Jun 2006]
Vietnam Press: Morning Edition (321) Finding Aid
Item Number: 3210000000   (Click To View)
 Collection

Approximately forty-two and a half linear feet of the French language version of the Vietnam Press: Morning Edition documents various international, national and local news stories, usually pertaining to political issues, in Vietnam during the Vietnam Conflict. The collection is arranged chronologically, December 1959 - December 1971, with some missing issues.

Added: 08 Jan 2002[Updated: 17 Oct 2014]
Vietnam Press: Morning Edition (Vietnamese Language) (322) Finding Aid
Item Number: 3220000000   (Click To View)
 Collection

Approximately forty-two and a half linear feet of the Vietnamese language version of the Vietnam Press: Morning Edition documents various international, national and local news stories, usually pertaining to political issues, in Vietnam during the Vietnam Conflict. The collection is arranged chronologically, December 1959 - December 1971, with some missing issues.

Added: 08 Jan 2002[Updated: 12 Jun 2006]
Vietnam Press: Evening Edition (Vietnamese Language) (320) Finding Aid
Item Number: 3200000000   (Click To View)
 Collection

Approximately two linear feet of the Vietnamese language version of the Vietnam Press: Evening Edition documents various international, national and local news stories concerning Vietnam during the Vietnam Conflict. The collection is arranged chronologically, December 1959 - December 1971, and has numerous issue gaps.

Added: 08 Jan 2002[Updated: 12 Jun 2006]
Vietnam Press: Evening Edition (318) Finding Aid
Item Number: 3180000000   (Click To View)
 Collection

Approximately thirty-two linear feet of issues of the Vietnam Press: Evening Edition detail popular news stories written on international, national, and local topics, usually pertaining to political issues, in Vietnam during the Vietnam Conflict. The earliest issue dates from December 1959 and the latest dates from December 1971. The collection is arranged chronologically, with some issue gaps, and is written in French.

Added: 08 Jan 2002[Updated: 12 Jun 2006]
Vietnam Press: Revues Evening Edition (323) Finding Aid
Item Number: 3230000000   (Click To View)
 Collection

Half a linear foot of the French-language Vietnam Press: Revues Evening Edition documents various international, national and local news stories in Vietnam during the Vietnam Conflict. Arranged in chronological order, the collection dates December 1963 - May 1964.

Added: 08 Jan 2002[Updated: 12 Jun 2006]
Vietnam Press: Evening Edition (English Language) (319) Finding Aid
Item Number: 3190000000   (Click To View)
 Collection

Half a linear foot of issues of the English version of the Vietnam Press: Evening Edition detail various news stories pertaining to international, national, and local concerns and events in Vietnam during the Vietnam Conflict. The earliest issue dates from 1962, with the latest issue dating from 1970. The collection is arranged chronologically and there are numerous issue gaps.

Added: 08 Jan 2002[Updated: 12 Jun 2006]
Vietnam Press: Weekly News (327) Finding Aid
Item Number: 3270000000   (Click To View)
 Collection

Half a linear foot of the Vietnam Press: Weekly News details international, national, and local level news events taking place in Vietnam. Written in the French language and published once a week, the journal contains summaries of the most important events of that week. The collection is arranged chronologically, 02 December 1959 - 21 December 1959.

Added: 08 Jan 2002[Updated: 13 Jun 2006]
Vietnam Press: 8 o'clock Edition (317) Finding Aid
Item Number: 3170000000   (Click To View)
 Collection

Approximately two and a half linear feet of the 8 o'clock edition of the Vietnam Press documents international, national and local news events in Vietnam during the Vietnam Conflict. This edition is written in the French language, with the earliest issue dating from July 1963 and the latest issue dating from March 1966. The collection is arranged in chronological order.

Added: 08 Jan 2002[Updated: 12 Jun 2006]
Vietnam Helicopter Pilots Association (VHPA) Collection: Unit Histories - Other Units (490) Finding Aid
Item Number: 4900000000   (Click To View)
 Collection

The Vietnam Helicopter Pilots Association (VHPA), is a non-profit war veterans organization filed under Section 501(c)(19) of the Internal Revenue Service and is dedicated to enhancing and accrediting the cohesiveness, esprit de corps, and traditions of valor of rotary wing aircrews that flew in Southeast Asia during the Vietnam Era. Currently, the VHPA has a membership of over 9,400 helicopter pilots from around the world. It has a web site located at: http://www.vhpa.org. The material is divided into the following series: Unit Histories and Related Information - This series contains information on unit involvement in Vietnam, including ORLL, After Action Reports, Individual Recollection of Units, and other types of Unit History and information. It is organized by the official Order of Battle for the United States Armed Forces, a list of which immediately follows this introduction. Operations - This series contains information on operations but does not specifically mention the units involved. Command Progress Reports - This series depicts in statistical form the measurement taken of mission accomplishment against programmed mission objectives at a specific point in time and includes various non-combat components involved with the helicopter pilots. Lam Son 719 - This series contains information on Operation Lam Son 719, the January 30, 1971 to April 6, 1971 operation to disrupt North Vietnamese supply lines as well as destroy their base areas in Laos. Historical Reference Directory - This series contains copies of the VHPA Historical Reference Directory Membership Directory - This series contains copies of the VHPA Membership Directory United States Primary Helicopter School - This series contains information on the United States Primary Helicopter School at Fort Wolters, Texas. The bulk of this series is training guides and manuals used at the school to train pilots. United States Army Aviation School - This series contains information on the United States Army Aviation School at Fort Rucker, Alabama and Fort Stewart, Georgia. The bulk of this series is training guides and manuals used at the school to train pilots. Manuals - This series contains manuals generated by the United States Armed Forces. General Files - This series contains information of a general nature and is further divided by subject. VHPA Newsletter - This series contains copies of the VHPA newsletter. Other Newsletters - This series contains copies of newsletter generated by other organizations and units related to helicopter pilots whom served in Vietnam. Fact Sheets - This series contains copies of the fact sheet papers distributed during the Vietnam War. Periodicals - This series contains periodicals donated by members of the Vietnam Helicopter Pilots Association. Printed Material - This series contains articles, or parts of books, copied by members of the VHPA and is further divided by subject. Separation Sheet - This list indicates material that has been placed in other collection in order to ensure archival preservation standards. Books will be catalogued and available on the Texas Tech University Library computer catalogue (www.lib.ttu.edu). Photographs are placed in archival photograph sleeves and under the VHPA series of the Vietnam Archive Photograph Collection. Audio- and Videotapes are located in the Vietnam Archive cold storage vault and can be recalled by the number listed.

Added: 06 Feb 2002[Updated: 09 May 2017]
Billy Mac Vannoy Collection (289) Finding Aid
Item Number: 2890000000   (Click To View)
 Collection

Less than one linear foot of books, museum artifacts, military administrative documents, Veterans Administration documents, and military manuals document Billy Mac Vannoy's service in the United States Navy , April 1967 - August 1976, and his life after the war as a veteran. Materials range in date from the war-era throughout the post-war era.

Added: 05 Jan 2002[Updated: 05 Jun 2006]
David Venditta Collection (290) Finding Aid
Item Number: 2900000000   (Click To View)
 Collection

Less than one linear foot of newspaper articles document various aspects of the Vietnam Conflict. The first article was written by David Venditta about his cousin, Warrant Officer Nicky Venditta, who was killed in Vietnam. The second article is about the rebuilding process in Vietnam after the war. Both articles date from the late 1990s.

Added: 05 Jan 2002[Updated: 26 Sep 2016]
Vietnam Helicopter Pilots Association (VHPA) Collection: Command Progress Reports (291) Finding Aid
Item Number: 2910000000   (Click To View)
 Collection

Approximately half a linear foot of Command Progress Reports depicts, in statistical form, the measurement taken of mission accomplishment against programmed mission objectives at a specific point in time and includes various non-combat components involved with the helicopter pilots. This is one of the series of the Vietnam Helicopter Pilots Association Collection. All documents date from the war era.

Added: 07 Jan 2002[Updated: 09 May 2017]
Vietnam Helicopter Pilots Association (VHPA) Collection: Fact Sheets (292) Finding Aid
Item Number: 2920000000   (Click To View)
 Collection

Approximately half a linear foot of fact sheets document important information for helicopter pilots during the Vietnam Conflict. The fact sheets were distributed to helicopter pilots throughout the Vietnam Conflict and all date from the war era. This is one series of the Vietnam Helicopter Pilots Association Collection.

Added: 07 Jan 2002[Updated: 05 Jun 2006]
Vietnam Helicopter Pilots Association (VHPA) Collection: Historical Reference Directory (295) Finding Aid
Item Number: 2950000000   (Click To View)
 Collection

Less than one linear foot of copies of the Vietnam Helicopter Pilots Association Historical Reference Directory document unit histories, as well as a chonology of missions during the Vietnam Conflict. This is one series of the Vietnam Helicopter Pilots Association Collection.

Added: 07 Jan 2002[Updated: 05 Jun 2006]
Vietnam Helicopter Pilots Association (VHPA) Collection: Lam Son 719 (296) Finding Aid
Item Number: 2960000000   (Click To View)
 Collection

Less than one linear foot of documents detail Operation Lam Son 719, the January 30, 1971 to April 6, 1971 operation to disrupt North Vietnamese supply lines, as well as destroy their base areas in Laos. The materials date both from the war and post-war eras.

Added: 07 Jan 2002[Updated: 06 Jun 2006]
Vietnam Helicopter Pilots Association (VHPA) Collection: Manuals (297) Finding Aid
Item Number: 2970000000   (Click To View)
 Collection

Approximately two and a half linear feet of manuals generated by the United States Armed Forces document the required reading for training to be a pilot in the U.S. military during the Vietnam Conflict and beyond. The materials date from both the war and post-war periods. This is one series of the Vietnam Helicopter Pilots Association Collection.

Added: 07 Jan 2002[Updated: 06 Jun 2006]