A listing of Web sites depicting Naval operations during the Southeast Asian conflict concentrating on the years 1951 through 1975.
Photos from the 1970 Boot Camp Company 169 at Naval Training Center, Recruit Training Command, Orlando, Florida. An online 30-year reunion. Despite the war protest of 1970, these young men joined the Navy and many ended up in the Tonkin Gulf Yacht Club in the last years of the Vietnam War.
A Navy Corpsman's experience with the Marines in the Vietnam War era.
Naval Mobile Construction Battalion Eleven Association. Membership lists, history, pictures, reunions, and miscellaneous information.
A Tour on Board a Swift Boat, Vietnam in the Year 1967.
Military history for SN Robert Anderson NSAD Qui Nhon, Vietnam, Vietnam War.
Vietnam Veterans' Association of Australia, including information about Australia's involvement in the Vietnam War, as well as a range of current issues relating to Australian Vietnam Veterans.
A photographic tribute from a twenty-year Navy Veteran to his Brothers and Sisters in Arms of the Vietnam War. Three pages of photos and information on Hanoi Jane.
Including the role and casualties suffered by merchant and Military Sea Transportation Service seamen.
The USMC Combined Action Platoons (CAC/CAP), Vietnam War, 1965-1971.
Home page of the USS Arlington (AGMR-2). This site contains photos, input from the former crews and other items related to the ship.
A look at the USS Benewah activities in the Vietnam War.
Veterans of the USS Phoebe minesweeper. Includes a history of the Phoebe, photographs, crew reminiscences, sea stores and humour. Plus crew email addresses and lost and found crew members.
A personal account by a destroyer sailor of action in the Gulf of Tonkin.
A proposed U.S. Navy/U.S. Coast Guard Vietnam Unit Memorial Monument that will be located on the Council International Sport Military Field on the US Naval Amphibious Base, Coronado, CA.
Chronicles the final mission of the USS Taylor (DD 468) on her last cruise to Vietnam. An online story in text and pictures.
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