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  Before we went to vietnam, we were patriotic, and did what we were told and trained to do. When we got to vietnam we had a rude awakening into reality, from the pieceful life we had left behind in the United States. After our 365 day tour we came back not trusting everything we see, and especially politicians, cause they say what people want to here just to get elected, although some actually care, that changes when they are in office for a while, when they come to a rude awakening them selves. I guess we learned allot in that 365 day tour of duty, something you can never forget, so you just have to live with it, and continue to live. When you live with life and death situations for 365 day tour of duty, your not shell shocked, your just worked into a conditioned reflex action to survive, even when your back in the United States. Some People will never understand the Vietnam Veteran, why he/she is the way they are, only the ones who were there can really understand. Written by Alfred L. Peterson, 45th Surgical Hospital Tay Ninh, Vietnam Aug.1968-Aug.1969 & 86th Transportation Company Long Binh Vietnam 1970-1971, I had to go back because in Vietnam I could survive and I felt more at home, I did not like State Side Duty ! or Fort Hood Stockaid !

The Office of Strategic Services: America's First Intelligence Agency

OSS in Asia

A. Peter Dewey, Lieutenant Colonel, United States Army (OSS)

Viet Nam Documents, Declaration of Independence, Democratic Republic of Vietnam

Chronology of U.S. - Vietnam Relations

Microform: OSS/State Department Intelligence and Research Reports: Japan, Korea, Southeast Asia, and the Far East Generally: 1950-1961 Supplement

U.S. Policies in the Vietnam War: Liberation 1942-1945, Advisory 1946-60, Partnership 1961-63, Escalation 1964-68, Detente 1969-75

Vietnam a Timeline 1945-1975, by: Gary M. James Requires Power Point in Office 97 to view.

How the U.S. Got Involved In Vietnam, By: Jeff Drake

War and Protest - the US in Vietnam (1945 - 1964)

Chronology: U.S.-Vietnam Relations

History of the U.S. War in Vietnam, By: Barry Romo, Pete Zastrow & Joe Miller

John F. Kennedy Special Warfare Museum-Sugested Reading List

The United States Advisory Experience: Early Commitments, 1954-1965

Advising the Viet Minh, Dr. Ernest Bolt, University of Richmond

Timeline 1945-1963, Vietnam Online, American Experience

Pre-American Involvement, America Becomes Involved, History

Early Cold War - Army Special Operations

Air America Books

Study Guide- Vietnam Revolution in Full Circle, Instructor: Dr. Marilyn Levine, PDF File, Reuires Adobe Acrobat Reader to View

Vietnam Period 1847-1961, History, By: Keith White, From users.mildura.net.au Web Site

The Antiwar Movement We Are Supposed To Forget, By: H. Bruce Franklin

The Vietnam War

BackGround: A History of U.S. Intelligence Gathering

CIA Funded Operations, Cuba - Vietnam

Colby's Vietnam: History Misrepresented Former CIA director William Colby's article "El Salvador: Which Vietnam"? [op-ed, 4/20] describes the various stages of U.S. involvement in Vietnam and offers the period 1968 to 1972--the era of the CIA "Phoenix" assassination teams--as a model for use in El Salvador. In addition to this heinous recommendation, his article ignores the massive evidence of the Pentagon Papers and grossly distorts the facts.

Kennedy and the Cold War

Kennedy White House tapes offer new insight, By: Bill Delaney/CNN On one tape recorded November 4, 1963, Kennedy dictates a memo seeming to regret the assassination of South Vietnam's President Ngo Dinh Diem, following a coup Kennedy endorsed.

History of America in The Sixties, From:www.ku.edu Web Site

The Kennedy Assassination

Warren Report: Table of Contents

A Century of U.S. Military Interventions, ...partial list of 130 U.S. military interventions from 1890 - 1999 Requires Adobe Acrobat Reader to view File.

A secret army no more.

Post World War II

The Dogs of War: Vietnam 1960-1975

Lao Veterans Background Information

Democratic governments toppled by the US so far.

The Two Nations 1954-1963

Vietnam Era

U.S. Falsely Wrote Off Vietnamese Secret Agents As Dead, Globe & Mail, June 10, 1991 Commandos who were imprisoned, mentally and physically tortured in North Vietnam are now seeking $11-million in back pay.[by Tim Weiner, New York Times Service]

Was America Losing in Vietnam Under JFK?, By:Nguyen Ky Phong
Vietnam War historians and students of history often wonder what would happened to the out come of the Vietnam war had President Kennedy survived his term and carried out his policy regarding America's effort in Vietnam.

1960 - 1965 Brief History:
Early 1960s.
Machupo viruses, causative agent of Bolivian hemorrhagic fever, isolated.
CIA hires John Roselli, a member of the Mafia, to assassinate Fidel Castro. The genetic code is clarified

1954 to 1960 - U.S. Rulers Bet on Diem

CIA Research Reports-Asia, 1946-1976

Cold War Trillions and the CIA

Vietnam Security Police K-9 Association, Links of Interest

Chapter 32 ... The CIA conducts “Operation Mongoose” to assassinate Castro, and ... Early Vietnam (1960-1963):
Kennedy did not want to send a ... s request to send 10,000 US troops ...

Laos

PARA-MILITARY, OPS SERIES RADIOS;
Part I, In The Beginning,, by Dennis Starks

History 458:
The assassination of President John F. Kennedy and its implications for U.S. Foreign Policy.

Book Reviews:
Back Fire: The CIA's Secret War in Laos and Its Link to the War in Vietnam

Why America Needs the CIA, By: Eric Lormand

Institute Professor John Deutch Heads CIA: What Next?, By: Lisa Haar

Analysis, Table of Contents, intellit.muskingum.edu Web Site

CAT/Air America Oral History Interviews, The Oral History Project at the Vietnam Archive, Texas Tech University

Dr. Thomas A. Dooley, Biography

The CIA: A brief history, by: Yuno Hu

Bill Moyers' The Secret Government, Video segment

The CIA's First Covert Operation

CIA, Central Intelligence Agency, United States Intelligence Agency (1947- )

From the Desk of James Ellroy

Helicopter AH-1G 68-15077

174th AHC, Biography of Tom Taggart, Dolphin & Shark Crewchief Vietnam & Laos, 1969-71

INTERVIEWEE NAME: Richard C. Brown # 4700.0940

Personal Story, Dr. Hal Kushner, 1/9 Cav, 1 Cav Div

An Loc, Spring Invasion 1972 - Overview

1972 - The Easter Offensive

Marine Artillery in The Battle of Quang Tri 1972

A Perfect Day in Paradise aka The NVA Spring/Summer Offensive of 1972

After Action Report, The Battle of Loc Ninh, 4-7 April 1972

The Battle of An Loc, South Vietnamese Heroic Stand in April 1975

Vietnam The Final Campaign

Chaper IV: Loc Ninh (October-November 1967)

Assault on Loc Ninh From Combat After Action Report: Period 29 October - 4 November 1967

In the Tet Offensive of 1968, the Viet Cong prepared carefully for its objectives inside the "Saigon Circle." The result would be a plethora of battles--and battles within battles.
By David T. Zabecki

The Significance Of Local Communist Forces In Post-Tet Vietnam
By:Peter Brush

The Communist Assault on Quang Tri

CARLSON, ALBERT EDWIN
Name: Albert Edwin Carlson
Rank/Branch: O4/US
Army Unit: Advisor, Advisory Team 70, MACV
Date of Birth: 16 May 1930
Home City of Record: San Lorenzo CA
Date of Loss: 07 April 1972
Country of Loss: South Vietnam Loss
Coordinates: 114338N 1063502E (XU731081)
Status (in 1973): Released POW
Category:
Acft/Vehicle/Ground: Ground

Hue Tet 68, Massacre at Hue



AAR OPN Fresh Start 29 Jan. - Apr. 1970,
Operation Freshstart, DECLASSFIED PER EXECUTIVE ORDER 12356,
Section 3.3 873541 .
By R.B: /M.I. NARA, Date 12-2-93

Vietnam Operations Table

Thiet Giap!, The Battle of An Loc, April 1972



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