Saigon Main Station
Ashley, Stephen C. SP4, USA Admin, Saigon (72-73) BIO
Bensman, Robert L. SP4, USA Audio Engr, Saigon (72-73) BIO
Bowles, James E SP5, USA Engineer, Saigon (72-73)
Brigham, James L. SP5, USA Broadcasting Operations, Saigon (72-73)
Brown, Dale A. SP4, USA Admin, Saigon (72-73)
Buffington, Charles M. "Mike" SFC, USA Radio Quang Tri (69-70) Saigon (72-73) BIO
Burris, Richard C. SFC, USA Admin, Saigon (72-73)
Cornwell, Brett D SP4, USA Cameraman Saigon (72-73) BIO
Cross, Kenneth P. SFC, USA Supply, Saigon (72-73)
Dixon, Gerry L. SSG, USA Supply, Saigon (72-73)
Dotson, Douglas K. SP4, USA Cameraman, Saigon (72-73) BIO
Fowlston, Tom SP4, USA Broadcaster, Saigon (72-73) BIO
Green, Edward J. "Joe" SP5, USA MACV 72--73
Joe was never assigned to AFVN but was with the MACV Mail and Distribution Center.
Gunderson, Gary JO2, USN News Director, Saigon (72-73) BIO
Hutchinson, Harold E. LTC, USA Network OIC (72-73) BIO
Kumm, Michael, Sgt, USAF Broadcaster, Saigon (72-73) BIO
Liston, Linda L. A1C, USAF Music Librarian, News, DJ, Saigon (72-73) BIO
(Married name: Katalenich from 1973 to 1986)
Morecook, Robert C. SP5, USA News, Saigon (72-73)
O'Donnell, Jim Saigon (72-73)
Rhamy, Donald F. JOC, USN Producer, Saigon (72-73) BIO
Wallace, John M. CPT, USA Admin Officer, Saigon (72-73)
Waller, Samuel E. CW4, USA Supply Officer, Saigon (72-73)
Winger, Donald E, 1SG, USA Admin, Saigon (72-73)
Det 2, Da Nang
Bell, Burt MSgt, USAF NCOIC, Da Nang (72-73)
Bradish, Gale SSgt, USAF Radio, Da Nang (72-73) BIO
Dennis, Lee SP5, USA Engineer, Da Nang (72-73)
Dillon, Robert SP4, USA TV Engr, Da Nang (72-73) BIO
Henderson, James E. CPT, USA Da Nang OIC (72-73)
McNamara, John SP5, USA Chief Engineer, Da Nang (72-73)
Rowe, David J. Sgt, USAF Radio, Da Nang (72-73) BIO
Det 4, Nha Trang / Hon Tre
Claros, AL Sgt, USAF NCOIC Nha Trang (72-73) BIO
Kearney, William M. "Mike" SP5, USA (70-73)
Mathews, Jim Sgt, USAF Radio (72-73)
Ryan, John E. SP4. USA (71-73)
U.S. Trooops begin the withdrawal from Souh Vietnam. As a result begins to close a number of stations;
the Hue and Qui Nhon Dets are the first to go off air in February 1972.
Det 4 (Cam Ranh Bay) closes down in April 1972.
Det 4 (Nha Trang) closes down in June 1972.
Much of the equipment from the deactivated stations turned over to the South Vietnam Goverment
between January and March, 1973.
AFVN makes its last broadcast from the Saigon Main Station was made on March 22, 1973.
American Radio Service (ARS) continues broadcasting from the former AFVN Saigon Station on FM only beginning in March 1973.