Half a linear foot of ORLL, After Action Reports, individual recollection of units, and other types of unit histories and information document the major commands of helicopter units during the Vietnam Conflict. The materials date from the war period and are organized by the official Order of Battle for the United States Armed Forces. This is one series of the Vietnam Helicopter Pilots Association Collection.
The Vietnam Helicopter Pilots Association (VHPA), is a non-profit war veterans organization filed under Section 501(c)(3) 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.
101st Airborne Division
Div, Casualty Information System printout from TAGCEN [source: National Archives], 9/9/65-1/8/79 Related Papers
Aviators Roster, May 7, 1965 - August 25, 1971
Americal AO map list including LZs & FSBs locations. [source: Terry Mulligan] "Aviation Organization for the Americal Division", January 3, 1969, reorganization of Aviation Asset Americal Magazine [source: Dave Heminger], January 1, 1970
Australia RAAF 9th Squadron
Complete history from unit formation to return to Australia. [source: Australian archives], 4/1/64-12/20/71 Printed History
Australia RAAF 161st Reconnaissance
Printed History [source: David Earley], July 1, 1965 - December 23, 1971
Military Operations: Operational Reports - Lessons Learned. February 8, 1971 Instructions for Review of Operational Reports - Lessons Learned. October 8, 1971 Operational Report - Lessons Learned for the Period Ending 30 April 1967
South Vietnamese Air Force Order Of Battle
Items from this collection have been digitized and are available in the Virtual Vietnam Archive.
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