AFRS broadcasting goes from 18 to 24 hours a day in February 1965.
Airborne broadcasting of World Series in October 1965,
Blue Eagles began daily flights to transmitt TV to the US Troops on February 5, 1966
AFRTS Saigon connected to AFRTS Los Angeles by undersea cable on March 24, 1966.
Blue Eagle planes damaged during VC attack on Tan Son Nhut Air Base on April 13, 1966.
Det 1 starts transmissing in Qui Nhon on September, 26, 1966.
Det 2 starts transmitting in Da Nang on October 21, 1966.
Saigon Main Station
Altman, Ernest T. "Bill" SSG, USA (65-66) BIO
Goode, Kellie AT1, USN Project Jenny Saigon (65-67)
Krause, Patty (Nee Mack) USO, Saigon (65-68) BIO
McKee, Alan R. 1LT, USA Radio OIC, Saigon (65-66) BIO
McNeal, Don SSgt, USAF Saigon (65-67)
Merwitz, Allton "Al" MSgt, USAF Revolving Engineer, Saigon / Qui Nhon / Da Nang / Etc. (65-66) BIO
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.]