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OIC/NCOIC Lists

Listed by Main Station and Detachments


Vietnamese Local Hire Roster

The clerks, drivers and other Vietnamese personnel who helped us in so many ways.

This section needs a lot of work.  Please help if you can,  Webmaster.


How many people, in total, were assigned to AFRS/AFRTS/AFVN?

A somewhat rough year-by-year estimate of the number of personnel with AFVN between 1962 and 1973.


Do you remember any of these telephone numbers? 

Somewhat nostalgic listing of AFVN's phone numbers as of January 1968 and 1971.


Where Are We Today?

A map of the United States showing where many of us are located today--Are you on the list?


Send updates, additions and corrections to the Webmaster.

The Beat Goes On!

AFVN Personnel

The names may become lost and forgotten after the years----

But "Good Morning, Vietnam!" and "The Beat goes on!" will live forever.


In July 2017, Rick Fredericksen was kind enough to count the number of people listed 

in these pages.  His total was 1,242.  However, these pages also include the names of

some people who were actually assigned to AFVN.  This includes DJs and other who were

announcers with AFTS in Los Angeles; Donut Dollies, USO, GI and other volunteers in

ViIetnam who helped AFVN in many ways; and sometimes just someone who has a 

very strong interest in AFVN.  The total of such names may be close to 100 or so.


Moreover, on these pages

 are the troops that provided news, morale and joy while enduring enemy fire;

some AFVN troops suffered wounds, death and captivity at the hands of the enemy.

We were special people from all branches and with a variety of duties. 

However, we were all soldiers--and now we are all veterans.


Bringing memories, good and bad, to those who served in Vietnam.


Saigon Main (Key) Station, with Detachments in

Quang Tri, Da Nang, Chu Lai, Qui Nhon, Pleiku, Tuy Hoa, and Nha Trang/Cam Ranh Bay

plus Translaters/Transmitters in Dong Ba Thin, Phan Rang, Cat Lo/Vung Tau and Can Tho

and other locations at various times.

Symbols and Related Links

TAPS= Deceased / Links to the TAPS - Those Departed pages.

TAPS (KIA) = Killed in Action / Links to the KIA Section of the TAPS - Those Departed page.

POW = Vietnam POW / LInks to the POWs - The Honored page.

KLIK = Radio KLIK  / Links to thr KLIK - 1st Inf. Div. page.

BLUE = Blue Eagle - Project Jenny / Links to the Project Jenny page. 

TET = With AFVN During TET '68 (Not linked)

BIO= Links to the MACOI Bibliograpies page.

STORIES = Links to the MACOI War Stories page.

HISTORY = Links to MACOI History page.

[For STORIES and MACOI, a number after the link indicates the number stories submitted by that person.]