This was our generation's war.

The ultimate sacrifice these young men
made should not be forgotten.

Click on the link and find the city where you
went to high school and look at the names.

First click on a state.
When it opens, scroll down to the city and the names will appear.
Then click on their names.

It should show you a picture of the person, or at least their bio and medals. This really is an amazing web site. 
Someone spent a lot of time and effort
to create it.
I hope that everyone who receives this appreciates what those who served in Vietnam sacrificed for our country.
The link below is a virtual wall of all those lost during the Vietnam war with the names, bio's and other information on our lost heroes.

Those who remember that time frame, or perhaps lost friends or family can look them up on this site.

Pass the link on to others, as many knew wonderful people whose names are listed.

This was sent to me in an e-mail by Phil Jacques (A-104), and rightly he suggested that this could be posted on our website
Click on the name and it will give details
of the death.




GIA VUC A-camp  Website:
Tribute to the men of the 1st, 5th and 7th US SFGA and specially to those from the Gia Vuc A-Teams in the Quang Ngai Province in the 1CTZ, South

Ha Thanh A-camp website, sister website to Gia Vuc, this is a tribute to Ha Thanh A-teams and is run with their support.

Viet Nam 1963 GIA VUC A-camp: (Personal Website) Gia Vuc Tales, told by a 7th SFGA Veteran, who served in Gia Vuc, Vietnam  in 1963. Excellent site with plenty of photographs.

A-103 Gia Vuc(Personal website) A-103, told by his 1967 XO, Cpt V Carter, great site with many color photographs. 

 I Corps Mike Force Facebook page
Cpt Virgil Carter has started a Facebook page, loads of stuff  and an up-coming page  looking at its content.


A-103 Gia Vuc -  A-109 Thoung Duc: One of best website on the SF experience in Vietnam by SF Veteran Gary Bowes. 
You will find sections on  Gia Vuc and Thoung Duc camps as well as pages on Ops. This an Excellent site  AND MUST BE VISITED!

The Green Berets: An excellent site run by Steve Sherman (The unofficial/official USSF Historian) Complete listing of A-teams, camp locations etc.
Cpt Stanley L Sapp   A-103 CO was killed during a patrol
 north of Gia Vuc in December 1965. His son Justin has created a website in memory of his father.

B52 Project Delta
Excellent website on B52, full of information with very good graphics, one of the Top SF website





Adviser New, Australian Army Training Team Vietnam(AATTV
This is the official website of AATTV Association. This provide information to AATTV members and any other parties that may be interested in knowing a little about 'The Team' and its accomplishments in South Vietnam.


Counterparts is an active organization and supports humanitarian efforts in Southeast Asia. Membership is open to all persons from the U.S. or an allied country who served in an Advisory capacity, and their foreign military Counterparts. 

AC-119 Gunships USAF Special Operations:
This excellent Website deserve a place with the USSF links, as many Vietnam SF soldiers owe a lot to those fire spitting "Giants of the Sky".

1st CAV Medic: An excellent site on the Vietnam experience of a Medic in the 1st Cav

Bien Dien Phu: A very interesting Site on the 1st Indochina War created by a 15 years old French young man! Plenty of photos! EN FRANCAIS & IN  ENGLISH

The 1st MAW
The First Marine Aircraft Wing Association - Vietnam Service is a fraternal organization of Marines and others who were attached to or supported First MAW units serving in Vietnam.

This website has been made to pay tribute to all US and Vietnamese airmen who flew the wings of freedom over the sky of Vietnam and never returned. But this is also a very complete website on the Vietnam war, with a lot to read and see, very informative and well worth a long visit.

The National Infantry Museum, Fort Benning
Experience 240+ years of American history in immersive exhibits that put you in the fight for the Last 100 Yards

JFK Special Warfare Museum
The John F. Kennedy Special Warfare Museum is located on the corner of Ardennes St. and Marion St. on Fort Bragg, N.C

Neil Barrett
 I researched and created a page for every single VA hospital and clinic in the United States (a little over 1,000 locations). From there, veterans can rate their experience at that particular location. Think Yelp but specifically for the VA.
My hope is that as more and more users provide feedback, some trends may be begin to emerge. We, as veterans, can then take this information and provide the collective feedback to the leadership of the VA so that they can allocate resources to the areas of weakness and also learn from the areas of strength.

Also, as a Marine veteran, I was always taught that asking for help is considered to be a sign of weakness. It took me many years to realize that getting help for my physical and mental ailments wasn't me being weak but was the only way I was going to get better. I have hope that other veterans sharing their experiences with the VA will provide the needed courage to get the treatment they need.
The big hurdle here is gathering feedback. I suspect that almost every veteran reading this has likely spent some time at one or more VA’s in the country. All I ask is that you stop by the website and write a few sentences about your experience so that we, as a community, can find out what's working and what's not.
I should mention that I have spent a good amount of time building this website and have no ulterior motives here other than building a voice for the veteran population in the hopes that we can improve upon our system. I intentionally created this website as a place that can be built upon and maintained as a community so there's no individual bias involved.
Neil Barrett



Vietnam War websources

Incredible website with hundreds of links.


The Vietnam Exprience

Website from the Rolling Thunder society, a fairly new name in the UK military circles. They possess the largest 
collection of Vietnam period military vehicles and collectables in Europe. 
The society specialise into putting winning award Vietnam displays at military vehicle shows in the South of England and are dedicated the preservation of the memories of the Vietnam war soldiers.

Modern Forces 
MACV-SOG Living History Group

Website from a newly created but very accurate SOG Living History group. Lots of information on SOG with interviews from Veterans. Well worth the visit.
If you are interested  in the Vietnam war, make it your next stop! This is a very well documented website.

Military Odyssey
Designed and managed to be the largest living history show in the South of England. The History coverage is unbelievable, from the Romans to Bosnia without forgetting US Cavalry, Napoleonic's  and of course WWI and WWII! Every periods have  its own recreated camp with soldiers woman and children dressed in period uniforms.

The War & Peace show 
The world largest military vehicle show, what can I say? This is the one not to miss if you are into Military vehicles and history, from WWI to  Bosnia come and see the vehicles as well as the Living History displays. The show every year get BIGGER and BIGGER with more and  more Foreign entries as well as visitors, if you planning a trip to the UK in July, don't miss it! 

Bonjour Viet Nam
This is a very small website on a song "Bonjour Viet Nam", sung by a Vietnamese female singer in French. For those who can understand French, this is lovely song who bring emotions to your hart. Lovely slide show who make you understand why so many fell in love with this beautiful country. Well worth the visit

If you are ex Artillery or an enthusiast and can read French, 
You will need to visit these websites! 
They focus on the French Artillery past and present with a lot of studies and some videos from the 

Musée de l'Artillerie de Draguignan



Vietnam Wall



Go to the Green Beret website

 Steve Sherman the  archivist for 
 the Special Forces and Special Operations Associations  
 Need your help!