Links to other Veteran Resources


Other Vietnam Veteran and
Vietnam War Related Home Pages;
'Other Wars' Home Pages;
Military Information Resources;
PTSD and Combat-Related Illnesses

This information is provided "as is." No endorsement of these groups is intended.
Please contact these groups at the addresses provided to obtain further information.





Other Vietnam Veteran and
Vietnam War Related Home Pages --








Greetings, A group of USMC Vietnam Tankers reunited for the first time (in over 30 years) this past July 4th in Washington, D.C. It was a glorious weekend for us all. Although only fifty-seven of us were able to make it to the reunion, we have over 350 individuals on our "active" files and we are growing daily.

At the reunion we voted to pursue joining the Marine Corps Tankers Assn. as a separate chapter.

We have noticed that unfortunately there are a lot of USMC Viet Vets who do not want to join WW II and/or Korean Vets organizations. In order to preserve our proud USMC heritage, we have to recruit these vets the best way we can. Please help us. Thanks in advance for your concern.

The USMC Vietnam Tankers Chapter contact is:
Dick Carey
7 Bedford Street
Teaticket, MA 02536-6761

Phone: (508) 548-9887

Home Page

Semper Fi,

John Wear
5537 Lower Mountain Road
New Hope, PA 18938

Phone: (215) 794-9052
Fax: (215) 794-9053
Email: john wear










Contact by E-Mail: or

Or by U.S.Mail:

In-Country Vietnam Veterans
2125 South Industrial Park Ave.
Tempe, AZ 85282



Dedicated as a Living Memorial
to Veterans of the
Americal (23rd Infantry) Division
United States Army
The 282nd initially flew missions in I & II Corps in support of MACV, SF, LRRP, Ranger and Hoc Bao units. ..."

Sunraysia Vietnam Veterans Association started way back in about 1974 with about four or five blokes deciding to do something for themselves and other like-minded Veterans. Since then, it has grown from strength to strength.
Last year there was a fund-raising drive to the tune of over $50,000 which was used to construct Veterans Memorial here in Mildura. The Memorial was drawn and designed by John Prowse, a local bloke who is also a Vietnam Veteran.
We have also started our own Support Network, for Veterans in crisis, with close links to Police, local Hospital and The Vietnam Veterans counseling Service (VVCS), both in Melbourne and Adeliade.
Secondly, the purpose of the Museum is to provide a vicarious experience for those who visit the exhibits and displays within.
Thirdly, the purpose of the Museum is to honor and remember all who served in the Viet Nam War and the sacrifices they made, so that future generations may remember and learn from this turbulent time in history. We must never forget the Viet Nam Experience!
Brian Feucht
800-414-4733 X122






The Golden Brigade Chapter of the 82nd Airborne Division Association is a national chapter composed mainly of veterans who served withe the 3rd Brigade(the only 82nd Brigade to be deployed for the TET offensive in Feb '68) in Vietnam.
Golden Brigade (VN)Chapter
82nd Airborne Division Association
4075 Old River Trail
Powhatan, VA 23139-4112
(804) 598-4805



29-Nov-96 and prior --

"Defense Prisoner Of War/Missing Personnel" Web Site (DPMO)

"... to assist readers in understanding the U.S. government effort to achieve the fullest possible accounting of our missing in action -- from all wars."



Vietnam Helicopter Crew Members Association (VHCMA)

A Home Page for former enlisted helicopter crewmembers, their families and friends.



Red River Valley Pilot's Association (RRVA)

The Home Page of the "River Rats." This is one you fighter jocks and wannabes must visit.



The USS Liberty Home Page

A beautifully done page honoring those who perished defending the USS Liberty on June 8, 1967.



National 4th Infantry Division Association

Provided by Joe LaPorte.



Americal Division Home Page

Very nice work and a highly informative Page by Greg and Gary Noller.



Check in on Corporal Marsh's U.S.M.C. "My Old Job" Home Page.

Take a look at some out of the ordinary duty stations in his "Top 10" List. Not VN, but interesting.



"Dinky-Dao Express"

Viet Vet Humor in a pre-packaged form. Lots of other good information of interest to Vietnam Vets. Compliments ofVet66, Joe Casal.



Combined US Military Ranger Association Site



US Army Ranger Association, Inc.



75th Ranger Regiment Association Home Page



South Whidbey Island Washington VVA Group

Provided by Veteran Don Besst.



"Vietnam Memoirs"

Everything you ever wanted to know about "Dusters" from Vietnam Veteran (and Canadian) Richard Shand. This page has great stories, pictures, and one of the finest layouts for a Home Page this side of the DMZ!



101st Airborne Division Vietnam Veterans

P.O. Box 1093
Osprey, Florida 34229




Airborne!! The Home Page of the "Screaming Eagles" ... the 101st Airborne.

This page is growing like leaps (play on words) and bounds and is a Site well worth spending some time at.



Here is one that will warm the hearts of all Marines! "Gunny" Robert Hile's "Fire Base Houston"

The Gunny has lots of Marine scuttlebutt posted here, along with links to other Marine Corps WWW sites. Nice work, Gunny!



And another great Marine Corps Page ... "Semper Fi, Mac"

This Page is a real tribute to the Corps and to the energy and dedication of the active-duty Marine who put it together. Turn your Netscape browser on full bore!



Ulf R. Heller's classy Home Page contains the chronology of his tour in Vietnam, "Images of My War"

Ulf's complete "book" is also in the "Remembrance" main section of the "VVHP" Here.



Veteran Carl Musson has created a very nice looking Home Page with pictures of the Moving Wall and a heartfelt tribute written by his co-worker, Teri Bechard, to her brother, John.



Bob Peetz has a Home Page called Sea 'N Air.

This Page contains a lot of useful information on Navy and Air Force subjects. Don't forget to come back!



Vietnam Veteran David Stafford has published a Home Page containing his album of "Images of my tour in Viet Nam."

These pictures were taken during Dave's tour in Vietnam (4/69 - 4/70) where he was a radar operator.



Gulf War Veterans Links --

The Gulf War Resource Center. A highly informative Page with information of interest to all Gulf War Vets. Provided by Charles Sheehan-Miles.



"DStormMom's Home Page" about the Gulf War by Desert Storm Mom.



Korean War Veterans Links --

Hal Barker has built a beautiful WWW Home Page which describes the Korean War Project.

This Page contains tributes, images, databases, and artwork and is well worth the visit. Hal is the founder of the Korean War Veterans Memorial Trust Fund in Washington, D.C.



WW II Veterans Pages and Related Materials --

UK Veterans Event and WW-II History. From the United Kingdom. Provided by Mark Perkins.

Note: This link appears to be "bad." If you find a more current one, please email Deanna Shlee Hopkins.



World War II - Keeping The Memory Alive

Military History and Other Related Resources --


The Electronic Headquarters for the Acquisition of War Knowledge (E-HAWK) contains a wealth of information on subjects of military history and science. This project is designed and maintained by Robert C. Eickwort and Monte S. Turner of the University of Kansas.

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Information and Studies on Other Combat-Related Illnesses, and other sources of contact and information --

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and Sleep Issues

              Researched and Contributed by Ms. Peyton Wertz

                 (Note:  contains commercial content, but has useful information)


Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder Symptoms, Causes and Effects
Contributed by Laura Chapman


"A newsletter providing a healing perspective for all trauma survivors, their families, friends, and therapists."

Patience Mason, Editor and Publisher
The Post-Traumatic Gazette
P.O. Box 2757
High Springs, FL 32655-2757

Phone: 386-454-1651
Fax: 386-454-7716
Credit Card Orders: 1-877-PATIENCE (728-4362)



Dr. Jonathan Shay has posted valuable information in his paper "About Medications for Combat PTSD." Dr. Shay is the author of the highly acclaimed book, Achilles in Vietnam.



Dr. Dennis Grant and his associates have developed a Home Page related to PTSD. This Page also provides access to the PILOTS Database at Dartmouth College which contains extensive information on the world's literature on post traumatic stress disorder.



The VVHP "Agents Orange, White, and Blue; Dioxin; and Cancers" Page



The VVHP "Information and Search Aids" Index -- look for the links to the "Hepatitis C" Web Site and the "American Cancer Society" Web Site, among others. Diabetes II is now also recognized as service related from the Vietnam War.



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