Dustoff / Medevac: Moving Images

The videos from this page are home movies, government documentaries and other videos from the Vietnam Archive’s collection. The video is often actual footage of the war taken by an individual soldier with his own video camera. The documentaries were produced by the government as either training videos for the troops, or informational videos for the public.

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  • Texas Tech University Vietnam Center Sixth Triennial Symposium: Session 7C - Saving Lives in Vietnam: Nurses, Aidmen, and Dustoff Pilots
    • Item #: 999VI2492
    • Vietnam Center Collection
    • Length: 89:06 min/sec
    •  Session 7C Saving Lives in Vietnam: Nurses, Aidmen, and Dustoff Pilots Moderator: Richard A. Ruth, Assistant Professor, United States Naval Academy "When I Have Your Wounded: The Story of Dust-Off Warfare's Greatest Life Saver" Pat Brady, MG, USA (retired), Independent Researcher "Nurses in Vietnam: Heroic Angels or Reluctant Volunteers" Ron MIlam, PhD, Center of Military History "Who Goes ... (more
    • Link to Texas Tech University Vietnam Center Sixth Triennial Symposium: Session 7C - Saving Lives in Vietnam: Nurses, Aidmen, and Dustoff Pilots Link to Texas Tech University Vietnam Center Sixth Triennial Symposium: Session 7C - Saving Lives in Vietnam: Nurses, Aidmen, and Dustoff Pilots Link to Texas Tech University Vietnam Center Sixth Triennial Symposium: Session 7C - Saving Lives in Vietnam: Nurses, Aidmen, and Dustoff Pilots Link to Texas Tech University Vietnam Center Sixth Triennial Symposium: Session 7C - Saving Lives in Vietnam: Nurses, Aidmen, and Dustoff Pilots Link to Texas Tech University Vietnam Center Sixth Triennial Symposium: Session 7C - Saving Lives in Vietnam: Nurses, Aidmen, and Dustoff Pilots