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Item Number
1043VI0823
Record Number
100148
Title
Trent
Language
English
# of Media
1
Creation Date
Undated
Collection
Darrell Trent Collection
Association
Vietnam Dog Handler Association
Media Type
Moving Image (Super 8mm film - 8mm) - Available in HD
Length
22:41 min/sec
Physical Location
CS66.3
Description
Vehicles and aircraft in this footage: B-57 Canberra, PCF (Swift Boat) #67, LCVP RG4-1, YDT-11 (later, YRST-1), C-123 Provider, C-7 Caribou, Beech Model H-18 (one of the few H-18s built with tricycle undercarriage, Grumman OV-1 Mohawk, Boeing 707.
Citation
Trent,  Undated, Darrell Trent Collection, The Vietnam Center and Archive, Texas Tech University. Accessed 23 Oct. 2014. <http://www.vietnam.ttu.edu/virtualarchive/items.php?item=1043VI0823>.
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1043VI0823, Darrell Trent Collection, The Vietnam Center and Archive, Texas Tech University
 
Added: 24 Oct 2002[Updated: 16 Sep 2014]

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Item Number
1142VI1016
Record Number
123909
Title
8mm Films
Language
English
# of Media
1
Creation Date
November/December 1968 and January 1969
Collection
Gene Hart Collection
Association
Swift Boat Sailors Association
Media Type
Moving Image (Super 8mm film - 8mm)
Length
5:02 min/sec
Physical Location
CS66.3
Description
The film was taken during November & December 1968 and January 1969 in the rivers and canals of southern IV Corps. Mr. hart was attached to Coastal Division 11, COSRON ONE, stationed at An Thoi, Phu Quoc Island. I was a member of the crew of PCF 82. The members of that crew were: Ltjg Richard P. Baker QM2 David George Marquardson GMG3 Ammon Earl Ward Jr SN Jerry Joel Vogel EN3 Walter W. Weddell RD2 Harold Eugene "Gene" Hart
Citation
8mm Films,  November/December 1968 and January 1969, Gene Hart Collection, The Vietnam Center and Archive, Texas Tech University. Accessed 23 Oct. 2014. <http://www.vietnam.ttu.edu/virtualarchive/items.php?item=1142VI1016>.
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1142VI1016, Gene Hart Collection, The Vietnam Center and Archive, Texas Tech University
 
Added: 5 May 2003[Updated: 27 Nov 2013]

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Item Number
1142VI1017
Record Number
123908
Title
8mm Films
Language
English
# of Media
1
Creation Date
November/December 1968 and January 1969
Collection
Gene Hart Collection
Association
Swift Boat Sailors Association
Media Type
Moving Image (Super 8mm film - 8mm)
Length
7:58 min/sec
Physical Location
CS66.3
Description
The film was taken during November & December 1968 and January 1969 in the rivers and canals of southern IV Corps. Mr. hart was attached to Coastal Division 11, COSRON ONE, stationed at An Thoi, Phu Quoc Island. I was a member of the crew of PCF 82. The members of that crew were: Ltjg Richard P. Baker QM2 David George Marquardson GMG3 Ammon Earl Ward Jr SN Jerry Joel Vogel EN3 Walter W. Weddell RD2 Harold Eugene "Gene" Hart
Citation
8mm Films,  November/December 1968 and January 1969, Gene Hart Collection, The Vietnam Center and Archive, Texas Tech University. Accessed 23 Oct. 2014. <http://www.vietnam.ttu.edu/virtualarchive/items.php?item=1142VI1017>.
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1142VI1017, Gene Hart Collection, The Vietnam Center and Archive, Texas Tech University
 
Added: 5 May 2003[Updated: 27 Nov 2013]

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Item Number
1189VI1375
Record Number
135317
Title
Da Nang Air Force; Da Nang Marines; Mekong Delta
Language
English
# of Media
1
Creation Date
Undated Given
Collection
John Hlavacek Collection
Media Type
Moving Image (16mm film) - Available in HD
Length
29:14 min/sec
Physical Location
I003.0
Description
B-roll footage of Vietnamese boats on a river, people waiting to board a C-7 Caribou (tail # 39762), a member of Special Forces named Kirtchen, a Swift Boat, the tender USS Krishna (ARL-39), Major Morris, a CH-46 Sea Knight hoisting an H-34 Choctaw, VC prisoners, LVTP-5 (#108346), and demonstrating use of the PRC-25 radio.
Citation
Da Nang Air Force; Da Nang Marines; Mekong Delta,  No Date Given, John Hlavacek Collection, The Vietnam Center and Archive, Texas Tech University. Accessed 23 Oct. 2014. <http://www.vietnam.ttu.edu/virtualarchive/items.php?item=1189VI1375>.
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1189VI1375, John Hlavacek Collection, The Vietnam Center and Archive, Texas Tech University
 
Added: 23 Jul 2003[Updated: 6 Aug 2014]

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Item Number
1332VI1517
Record Number
176152
Title
Vietnam SEALORDS River Raiders 1968 - 1969
Language
English
# of Media
1
Creation Date
Undated Given
Collection
Darryl (Bud) Skuce Collection
Media Type
Moving Image (VHS)
Length
67:40 min/sec
Physical Location
Not Listed
Description
This video is made from all the Super 8 movie film from the Skuce Collection and narrated by Bud Skuce. They were filmed during Operations SLINGSHOT, SEA LORDS, GAME WARDEN, and SEA FLOAT. Locations specified are Phu Quoc Island and the Ca Mau peninsula. Vessels seen in these films include PCF-71, PBR-35, LSMR-536 USS White River, and a Monitor (M-131-2) of the Mobile Riverine Force, a "Mark II Swift Boat" used by the SVN Navy, and the SEA FLOAT pontoon structure. Other objects of interest include battle damage to PCFs, bunkers, boats and materiel captured from the Viet Cong operating in the area, bunkers and spider holes being burned or blown up, a captured VC arms cache, and RF-PFs (Regional Forces/Popular Forces) being transported on the boats.
Citation
Vietnam SEALORDS River Raiders 1968 - 1969,  No Date Given, Darryl (Bud) Skuce Collection, The Vietnam Center and Archive, Texas Tech University. Accessed 23 Oct. 2014. <http://www.vietnam.ttu.edu/virtualarchive/items.php?item=1332VI1517>.
Pub. Credit Line
1332VI1517, Darryl (Bud) Skuce Collection, The Vietnam Center and Archive, Texas Tech University
 
Added: 28 Apr 2004[Updated: 18 Dec 2012]

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Item Number
1538VI1821
Record Number
251052
Title
Footage of Cat Lo taken from the USCGC Point White (WPB-82308)
Language
English
# of Media
1
Creation Date
1966
Collection
Gerald Sampont Collection
Media Type
Moving Image (8mm film)
Length
27:47 min/sec
Physical Location
I006.0
Description
Footage taken by Gerald Sampont while he was assigned to the US Coast Guard Squadron One Division-13 at Cat Lo, Vietnam aboard the USCGC Point White (WPB-82308). Films were originally for Sampont's family, and thus include pictures of him. Most of the film was filmed at Cat Lo and the R and R Center at Vung Tau. Film includes footage of the Wringer Wash Machine onboard, strapped between the two .50 caliber machine guns on deck. Footage also includes CO John Lockwood and gives a good idea of what it was like for the Coast Guard onboard, including their "full combat gear", which included no shirts, cut offs and shower shoes. Other vessels seen in this film are PCF-40, CG 82306, and the USS Rowan (DD-782).
Citation
Footage of Cat Lo taken from the USCGC Point White (WPB-82308),  1966, Gerald Sampont Collection, The Vietnam Center and Archive, Texas Tech University. Accessed 23 Oct. 2014. <http://www.vietnam.ttu.edu/virtualarchive/items.php?item=1538VI1821>.
Pub. Credit Line
1538VI1821, Gerald Sampont Collection, The Vietnam Center and Archive, Texas Tech University
 
Added: 30 Mar 2005[Updated: 27 Nov 2013]

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Item Number
346VI0314
Record Number
67424
Title
Medal of Fredom Presentation Swift Boats Brave Sailors and the Last Patorl
Language
English
# of Media
1
Creation Date
Undated
Collection
Admiral Elmo R. Zumwalt, Jr. Collection
Media Type
Moving Image (VHS)
Length
Length currently unknown
Physical Location
CS62.3
Online Status
Item Not Available Online
Citation
Medal of Fredom Presentation Swift Boats Brave Sailors and the Last Patorl,  Undated, Admiral Elmo R. Zumwalt, Jr. Collection, The Vietnam Center and Archive, Texas Tech University. Accessed 23 Oct. 2014. <http://www.vietnam.ttu.edu/virtualarchive/items.php?item=346VI0314>.
Pub. Credit Line
346VI0314, Admiral Elmo R. Zumwalt, Jr. Collection, The Vietnam Center and Archive, Texas Tech University
 
Added: 11 Feb 2002[Updated: 27 Nov 2013]
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Item Number
346VI0325
Record Number
67435
Title
The Last River Run and Swift Boat Transfer
Language
English
# of Media
1
Creation Date
Undated
Collection
Admiral Elmo R. Zumwalt, Jr. Collection
Media Type
Moving Image (VHS)
Length
1:26:26 min/sec
Publisher
HQ USAF TV CENTER
Physical Location
CS62.3
Online Status
Item Not Available Online
Citation
The Last River Run and Swift Boat Transfer,  Undated, Admiral Elmo R. Zumwalt, Jr. Collection, The Vietnam Center and Archive, Texas Tech University. Accessed 23 Oct. 2014. <http://www.vietnam.ttu.edu/virtualarchive/items.php?item=346VI0325>.
Pub. Credit Line
346VI0325, Admiral Elmo R. Zumwalt, Jr. Collection, The Vietnam Center and Archive, Texas Tech University
 
Added: 11 Feb 2002[Updated: 27 Nov 2013]
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Item Number
346VI0349
Record Number
67459
Title
Swift Boat Sailors Association Reunion
Language
English
# of Media
1
Creation Date
Undated
Collection
Admiral Elmo R. Zumwalt, Jr. Collection
Media Type
Moving Image (VHS)
Length
Length currently unknown
Physical Location
CS62.4
Online Status
Item Not Available Online
Citation
Swift Boat Sailors Association Reunion,  Undated, Admiral Elmo R. Zumwalt, Jr. Collection, The Vietnam Center and Archive, Texas Tech University. Accessed 23 Oct. 2014. <http://www.vietnam.ttu.edu/virtualarchive/items.php?item=346VI0349>.
Pub. Credit Line
346VI0349, Admiral Elmo R. Zumwalt, Jr. Collection, The Vietnam Center and Archive, Texas Tech University
 
Added: 11 Feb 2002[Updated: 27 Nov 2013]
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Item Number
402VI1719
Record Number
214213
Title
Brothers in Arms
Language
English
# of Media
1
Creation Date
2004
Collection
Dominick Cirincione Collection
Media Type
Moving Image (DVD)
Length
68:00 min/sec
Copyright Statement
First Run Features
Physical Location
CS65.1
Online Status
Item Not Available Online
Description
In the early months of 1969, six men met on a swift boat on the Mekong Delta during some of the worst fighting of the Vietnam War. Five of the men were crewmates - Tommy, Mike, Gene, David, Del - and they came from across America, from Boston to Northern California, from South Carolina to Iowa. Their commander happened to be a young Yale graduate named John Kerry. The six men endured the horrors of Vietnam together. They would remain friends for the next 35 years. Brothers in Arms tells the story of their unique relationship. The documentary focuses on their experiences in Vietnam, but it also recounts what happened to them after the war and delves into the way each man has dealt with the experience of fighting in, as David puts it, "A war I discovered we didn't intend to win." Interviews, photographs and archival footage of the war are woven together to create a powerful and emotional film.
Citation
Brothers in Arms,  2004, Dominick Cirincione Collection, The Vietnam Center and Archive, Texas Tech University. Accessed 23 Oct. 2014. <http://www.vietnam.ttu.edu/virtualarchive/items.php?item=402VI1719>.
Pub. Credit Line
402VI1719, Dominick Cirincione Collection, The Vietnam Center and Archive, Texas Tech University
 
Added: 11 Nov 2004[Updated: 27 Nov 2013]
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Item Number
409VI3201
Record Number
515596
Title
Jim Hoffman's Slides of Viet Nam Plus Photo's of PCF-In Washington D.C., and the SWIFTBOAT SAILORS REUNION Memorial aboard the USS Wisconsin March 2003
Language
English
# of Media
1 - Access copy(s) available
Creation Date
01 March 2003
Collection
Swift Boat Sailors Association Collection
Media Type
Moving Image (VHS)
Length
Length currently unknown
Physical Location
D143.1H
Online Status
Item Not Available Online
Description
VHS video tape title Jim Hoffman's slides of Viet Nam Plus Photos of PFC-1 in Washington D. C., and the SWIFTBOAT SAILORS REUNION Memorial aboard the USS Wisconsin March 2003
Citation
Jim Hoffman's Slides of Viet Nam Plus Photo's of PCF-In Washington D.C., and the SWIFTBOAT SAILORS REUNION Memorial aboard the USS Wisconsin March 2003,  01 March 2003, Swift Boat Sailors Association Collection, The Vietnam Center and Archive, Texas Tech University. Accessed 23 Oct. 2014. <http://www.vietnam.ttu.edu/virtualarchive/items.php?item=409VI3201>.
Pub. Credit Line
409VI3201, Swift Boat Sailors Association Collection, The Vietnam Center and Archive, Texas Tech University
 
Added: 4 Apr 2012[Updated: 27 Nov 2013]
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Item Number
998VI0609
Record Number
67733
Title
American Navy And Small Boat Navy In Vietnam
Language
English
# of Media
1
Creation Date
Undated
Collection
Vietnam Archive Collection
Media Type
Moving Image (VHS)
Length
60:00 min/sec
Copyright Statement
Traditions Military Videos
Publisher
Traditions Military Videos
Physical Location
CS63.3
Online Status
Item Not Available Online
Description
This film, produced by the Navy in 1967 and narrated by television anchorman Chet Huntley, is a kaleidoscope of action from its start and shows all aspect s of the Navy's on and off shore commitment to an ever widening war in Vietnam. Huntley provides the introduction to this film while standing on the amphibious assault ship Guam with UH-34 and UH-2 Seasprite helicopters behind him. From the start of the action its the 7th Fleet that draws center stage with the North Vietnamese attacks in August 1964 on the Destroyers Maddox 731 and the C. Turner Joy 951 in what became known as the Gulf of Tonkin incident. There is footage of both ship and naval gunfire in response to the August 2 and 4 attacks. 7th Fleet carriers Ticonderoga CV14 and Kitty Hawk CVA 63 are seen conducting air operations and launching F-4 Phantoms, A-4 Skyhawks and A-5 Vigilantes. The Kitty Hawk's combat information center and boiler room is viewed. Pilots are seen being briefed for operations along Route 14 in the Central Highlands of South Vietnam's II Corps. The carrier Enterprise CVAN 65 is seen in clip. Captured in this film is operation Dagger Thrust that sent the 9th Marine Expeditionary Brigade across the beaches at Da Nang and Chu Lai in March 1965. While later other Marines thought to be the 7th Fleet Special Landing Force are seen hurrying on an amphibious assault ship to board UH-34 helicopters of Medium Helicopter Squadron HMM 362. UH-34s are seen conducting an assault ashore. Other identified 7th Fleet ships in the film are the Destroyers 947, 12, 682, cruiser Camberra, and the Bainbridge the world's first nuclear powered guided missile frigate. The Destroyer 325 as part of Market Time, the Navy's maritime interdiction mission is seen searching a Vietnamese junk. In addition the Dixie AD 14 and good footage of the Swift Boat 37 are also caught on this film. The Navy's advisory mission is explored with general footage of advisors training South Vietnamese sailors. Another advisor is seen at South Vietnamese River Assault Group 25s headquarters at Can Tho in the Mekong Delta. While another is seen in the Delta with Coastal Group 37. Still another advisor is pictured at the Vietnamese Navy ship yard at Saigon. Ashore there is good footage of Seabee activities. There is a clip of the major medical facility established by the Navy in Saigon. The new support activity it established at Da Nang is also seen as well as a clip of its new hospital there under construction. This film is a must for those individuals interested in the Navy's early mission in Vietnam and is a good addition to one's collection. Small Boat Navy In Vietnam: This film produced for the Navy in the late 1960's and narrated by Raymond Burr captures in color the action of the Navy personnel who operated along the South Vietnamese coast line, along its rivers and waterways of the Mekong Delta. Utilizing a variety of small craft, some designed specifically for the war in Vietnam or modified for use there, the sailors who manned them carried the war to the Viet Cong. Raymond Burr provides the film's narration. In the opening of the film, there is terrific action footage of the USS Kittyhawk CV63 launching A-5 Vigilante, F-4 Phantom and A-4 Skyhawk aircraft and a clip of the Heavy Cruiser St Paul CA73. Transitioning to the small boat navy, the film has a clip of early Navy advisors with their South Vietnamese counterparts. The film combines air and land footage to make for some very interesting action. Seen are pictures of LCPL [Landing Craft , Vehicle, Personnel] which was the first craft sent to serve with the small boat navy in Vietnam. The introduction includes a clip of the Coast Guard 82 foot Cutter Point Jefferson. And there is a good scene of an air cushion vehicle [ACV]skimming over water and swampy terrain. The 52 foot Swift Boat is capable of 25 knots and armed with a dual .50-caliber machine guns and a single rear mounted .50-caliber machine gun and 81mm mortar. Seen in clips throughout the introduction are Swift Boats 8, 30, 37. The film also includes various code named operations the small boat navy conducted in Vietnam. Operation Market Time the code name for the Navy's coastal patrol and security along South Vietnam's 1,500 mile long coast line to stop the infiltration of enemy troops and supplies. This operation was conducted from five coastal surveillance centers. In addition, there is action footage as Swift Boat 97 is seen intercepting a Vietnamese junk and another is seen delivering mortar fire as its machine gunners and individual crewmen provide supporting fire. Another vital operation conducted by the small boat navy was Operation Stable Door, which provided a protective screen for merchant ships waiting in Vietnamese harbors for clearance to unload. At Vung Tau the harbor entrance control post where footage for this segment was filmed, a 24-hour surveillance was maintained over all movement in the anchorage area. Navy Gun Boat 33 is seen patrolling the merchant ships and inspecting a suspicious craft. Stable Door patrol boats guarded against Viet Cong attack, sabotage, swimmers and mines. A EOD team is seen starting a hull inspection for mines of a merchant ship riding at anchor. There is a good aerial overview of the infamous 400 square miles of mangrove swamps and waterways called the Rung Sat. It is through the Rung Sat that the Long Tau Shipping Channel from Vung Tau to Saigon winds a torturous 45 mile course. There is excellent footage of freighters heading up the Long Tau. Good clips of mine sweeping boats [MSB'sj sweeping the shipping channel, and there is good footage of them conducting a mine sweep. An equally important operation conducted by the small boat navy was Operation Game Warden that provided for patrol and security on the rivers of South Vietnam. Utilizing PBR's [river patrol boat] at speeds of 25 knots, the PBR's were manned by a four man crew and armed with two forward .50-caliber machine guns and a rearward .50-caliber with M-79 Grenade Launcher. There is good footage of PBR's stationed at Nha Be and excellent footage of those stationed on the Bassac River at Binh Thuy near Can Tho. The aerial view of the base is outstanding as is the view of the PBR's stationed there. It is here that Headquarters River Patrol Force coordinates activities of Game Warden units in the Mekong Delta. Support was provided by armed helicopters known as Sea Wolfs and the gunships were operated from several LST's or from airstrips ashore. There is good action footage of PBR's attacking Viet Cong and rocket firing machine gun firing Sea Wolfs joining the fight. PBR's are seen leaving their base in pairs for night patrol, while Navy Seals are seen moving out for a night mission. An equally important aspect of the Navy's operations in the Mekong Delta was River Assault Flotilla One the Navy's component to the joint Army-Navy Mobile Riverine Force. The flotilla consisted of barracks ships and support ships in addition to a variety of smaller craft vessels that were employed in riverine operations. There are good views of these vessels: Armored Troop Carriers [ATC]; Command and Communications Boat CCB; LCM Monitor, and an armored gun boat. Join troops of the Army's 9th Infantry Division's, 2d Brigade as they embark on ATC's for movement from their barracks ship to an amphibious landing. See Monitors softening up the landing site. And watch as ATC's hit the shore and troops disembarking into action. The film footage in this sequence is outstanding. This film captures the harsh deadly environment in which sailors of the Navy's small boat navy fought and died in.
Citation
American Navy And Small Boat Navy In Vietnam,  Undated, Vietnam Archive Collection, The Vietnam Center and Archive, Texas Tech University. Accessed 23 Oct. 2014. <http://www.vietnam.ttu.edu/virtualarchive/items.php?item=998VI0609>.
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998VI0609, Vietnam Archive Collection, The Vietnam Center and Archive, Texas Tech University
 
Added: 24 Feb 2002[Updated: 27 Nov 2013]
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Item Number
999VI1855
Record Number
253114
Title
5th Triennial Vietnam Center Symposium: Session 10a: Vietnam Veterans Against the War
Language
English
# of Media
1
Creation Date
19 March 2005
Collection
Vietnam Center Collection
Media Type
Moving Image (Mini DV)
Length
1:28:02 min/sec
Copyright Statement
Texas Tech University Vietnam Center and Archive
Physical Location
D144.1D
Description
5th Triennial Texas Tech University Vietnam Center Symposium held at the Holiday Inn Park Plaza, Lubbock, Texas. Session 10a: Vietnam Veterans Against the War. Moderator: Nancy Miller Saunders, VVAW filmmaker and documentarian, and supporter, 1970-1973. "Image vs Reality and the Manipulation Thereof for Political or Personal Gain: Swift Boat Vets vs the Reality of VVAW." Bill Hager, Served two tours in Vietnam as a Combat Engineer with the United States Marine Corps, 1965-66 and 1968; VVAW's California/Nevada Regional Coordinator, 1972-74. "VVAW the Truth, and half-truths and lies of the Swift Boat Veterans." Terry DuBose, Served with the Army's 53rd General Support Group, 1967-8; VVAW's Texas regional coordinator, 1971-1972. "A Literary Campaign: Vietnam Refought in the Books of the 2004 Eelection." Alex Primm, Served as an Army Information Specialist, 1968-9; VVAW member 1971. "Home to War: A History of the Vietnam Veteran's Movement." Gerald Nicosia, author.
Citation
5th Triennial Vietnam Center Symposium: Session 10a: Vietnam Veterans Against the War,  19 March 2005, Vietnam Center Collection, The Vietnam Center and Archive, Texas Tech University. Accessed 23 Oct. 2014. <http://www.vietnam.ttu.edu/virtualarchive/items.php?item=999VI1855>.
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999VI1855, Vietnam Center Collection, The Vietnam Center and Archive, Texas Tech University
 
Added: 8 Apr 2005[Updated: 27 Nov 2013]

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Item Number
999VI2498
Record Number
418026
Title
Texas Tech University Vietnam Center Sixth Triennial Symposium: Session 9B - US Navy Operations in Vietnam
Language
English
# of Media
1
Creation Date
15 March 2008
Collection
Vietnam Center Collection
Media Type
Moving Image (Mini DV)
Length
89:25 min/sec
Copyright Statement
Texas Tech University Vietnam Center and Archive
Physical Location
D144.1C
Description
Session 9B US Navy Operations in Vietnam Moderator: Bob Worthington, PhD, LtCol, US Army (retired) "The Role of the Navy's Helicopters in Combat Search and Rescue" Al Billings, CDR, USN (retired), Independent Researcher "Operation Silver Mace II: Deadly Day on the Duong Keo" Wade R. Sanders, CAPT, USN (retired), Independent Researcher This discussion covers, among other things, the early days of helicopter gunship support and the development of tactics for gunships.
Citation
Texas Tech University Vietnam Center Sixth Triennial Symposium: Session 9B - US Navy Operations in Vietnam,  15 March 2008, Vietnam Center Collection, The Vietnam Center and Archive, Texas Tech University. Accessed 23 Oct. 2014. <http://www.vietnam.ttu.edu/virtualarchive/items.php?item=999VI2498>.
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999VI2498, Vietnam Center Collection, The Vietnam Center and Archive, Texas Tech University
 
Added: 1 May 2008[Updated: 27 Nov 2013]

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