Waymond ("Wayne") D. Deaton was a flight crew loadmaster and flew many missions into Vietnam during the conflict. He retired from the Air Force in 1995 after 30 years in
“My first day in Saigon, I was being processed in when my Military Base was attacked by rocket fire. It was quite chaotic as I had not been there long enough to know
“Kenneth Jackson Jr., served in Vietnam in 1967-68 with Unit 4077 Security Police in the US Air Force.”
Dan Lee was never stationed in Vietnam but spent time on the ground there in the early 1960s. He enlisted in 1958 and was discharged in 1966. He joined the N.C. National
“At 20 years old (1967), I volunteered for Vietnam and was stationed at Phan Rang AB., 35th Tactical Fighter Wing. I ran computers in a bunker, to track mission sorties
Bill Swayney’s job was to keep Phantom fighter jets flying. He was a crew chief stationed at the Ubon base in Thailand. American Phantom jets were bombing North
"It only took me about a week for my eyes to be opened and to discover that Da Nang Air Force Bas was not a safe place. The sirens would go off and we could grab our
Lt. Col. Wolozyn wore the Air Force blue for 44 years.“I flew a UC123K in Vietnam. I was the one spraying Agent Orange. I know Agent Orange has caused a lot of problems.