AFRS Staff reached a strength of 17 full-time personnel in October 1964.

VC set off a bomb and destroys  the studio, killing two and injuring others in December 1964.

Radio transmission begins 20 minutes later using backup equipment.

AFRS broadcasting goes from 18 to 24 hours a day in February 1965.

Alphabetical Index by Year(s) with AFVN - 1964-65

(Click on a year or a combination of years.)

1962   1962-63   1963   1963-64   1964   1964-65   1965   1965-66   1966​   1966-67   1967   1967-68  

1968   1968-69   1969   1969-70   1970   1970-71   1971   1971-72  1972   1972-73   1973   ARS   Year Unknown 

Bexley, Chuck  SFC, USA  Sports Director, Saigon (64-65)   BIO

Canty, John R.  Capt, USAF  Radio OIC  (64-65)   BIO   TAPS

​Carr, John  CPT, USA   Radio OIC,  Saigon  (64-65)

​Cramer, Austin  (64-65)

Cunningham, Ted  SKS3, USN  Supply / Sportscaster,  Saigon (64-65)   BIO

DeWeese, Kathy  American Dependent  Volunteer News Writer, Saigon  (64-65)   BIO
(Her father worked for USAID.)

Dorrance, Sturges III  1LT, USA  Radio OIC, Saigon  (64-65)   BIO

Heitman, Roy  A1C, USAF  News  Saigon  (64-65)​   BIO

Hesketh, Ron  SP5, USA  Radio & TV, Saigon  (64-65)   BIO
[Ron Hesketh was assigned to MACV as a to work on IBM equipment and
worked for AFVN part-time on Sundays.]

Hewitt, Roy, Saigon  (64-65)

Kero, Paul, USA  DJ, Saigon  (64-65)   BIO   TAPS

Lewis, Gil  A1c, USAF  News-writer, Saigon  (64-65)

​Rice, John  MSgt, USAF  Admin NCO, Saigon  (64-65)

Vehorn, Franklin E.  JO3, USN  News Writer, Saigon  (64-66)   BIO 
[Note: Sometimes his last name is written "Verhorn" but that error is due to his Southern accent.]

​Woodhead, Kingsley, R. "Woody"  JO1, USN  News, Saigon  (64-65)   BIO

Alphabetical Index by Year(s) with AFVN - 1964-65

(Click on a year or a combination of years.)

1962   1962-63   1963   1963-64   1964   1964-65   1965   1965-66   1966​   1966-67   1967   1967-68

1968   1968-69   1969   1969-70   1970   1970-71   1971   1971-72  1972   1972-73   1973   ARS   Year Unknown