Look for friends and acquaintances from when you were with AFVN
as well as make new ones.
Click here to see more about those who have already gone. Unfortunately this list most likely is not as complete
as it should be.
Photos and stories from former AFVN members and
others related to their time in Vietnam.
Listen to AFVN as it was then.
Any feedback received from both those within the AFVN Yahood Group as well as from visitors will be posted here.
KLIK was the radio station with the 1st Infantry Division
which regularly cooperated with AFVN.
A variety of information, stories, etc, related to AFVN.
A variety of information, stories, etc., about AFRTS, etc.,
in other parts of the world.
January 24, 2013
Hi, AFVN'ers and friends --
On this date 14 years ago (1999) the AFVN group on Yahoo began. We have been finding AFVN'ers and friends of AFVN ever since, and have had quite a few reunions that have resulted from the renewed friendships.
It all started among an unholy trimvarate -- Jack Leigh (JO1, USN, 71-72), Terry Oliver, JO2, USN, 71-72), and Bob Morecook (SP5, USA, 72-73). And from there of course, it has gone down hill [up hill if you prefer].
Welcome home guys and ladies and to all of our friends who served overseas.
Thanks to all of you who supported us stateside and elsewhere as well.
Best wishes, Bob Morecook
Interested in the American Forces VIetnam Network (AFVN)?
If so, click here and send a message to Bob Morecook asking that you be added to the AFVN Yahoo Group list.
Webmaster: Jim White, MSG, USA, AFVN Admin NCO, 1970-1971.
Thom Watson's AFRTS Archive
This blog site contains a great deal of information about AFRTS world-wide.
To search this site, use the "Search Box" or scroll down to "Blog Archive" and click on any year/month/name.
The Company of Military Historians was founded in 1949 as an educational, scientific,
and literary institution devoted to the study and dissemination of:
"information on the uniforms, equipment, history, and traditions of members of the Armed Forces
of the United States worldwide and other nations serving in the Western Hemisphere."
Note: The Company of Military Historians has reciprocated by posting a link to AVNVets.NET at
Connections / CMH LinksPage / Korean and VIetnam Wars.
Additions, corrections, suggestions and comments are all welcome.
During the Vietnam War, AFVN's address was:
#9 Hong Thap Tu
Saigon, Republic of South Vietnam
Since May 1975, AFVN's address has been:
#9 Nguyen Thi Minh Khai
Ho Chi Minh City, Socialist Republic of Vietnam
The location, however, is unchanged. As you face the Ho Chi Minh City TV Station, the AFVN compound was and is immediately to the left.
The stories of those who were captured when Detachment 5, Hue,
was overrun during TET '68.
as well as from each of the Detachments.
Much of the old Geocities website prepared by Paul Kasper
and Bob Morecook is in this section.
Email "conversations" on a wide number of topics,
some related to AFVN and Vietnam and some not.
See AFVN, including some of the detachments, as it was then
as well as scenes of Saigon
Project Jenny broadcast radio and TV from the air.
Primarily as Related to AFVN
Information, stories, etc., that are not related to AFVN
but are a part of the Vietnam War History.