From: "\"Doc\" Bruce K. Melson" <docmelson@docmelson.com>

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To obtain Unit Diaries, OP's sheets or other hard to find items write:

1) History and Museums Division
HHQ, USMC
Washington, DC 20380-0001

2) Lt. Col. Paul Chase
Dir. US Army and Joint Services Support Group
1730 K Street, NW
Washington, DC 20006-3868

3) Ships History Branch Naval History Center
Building 57
Washington Navy Yard
Washington, DC 20375-0571

4) USAF Historical Research Center
Maxwell AFB
Alabama, GA 36112

National Archives at College Park
8601 Adelphi Road
College Park, MD  20740-6001
301-713-6800

REMEMBER TO INCLUDE NAME, RANK, SERVICE NUMBER, UNIT DESIGNATOR, DATES,
PLACES ETC.

The following information should help Vietnam Veterans to obtain copies of
their UNIT records that have been denied in the past, PROVIDING 12 years
have passed since their time of service in Southeast Asia.  After 12 years,
unit-assignment
information is to be unclassified.

Write to:

Richard S. Christian
Chief, Research and Rulemaking Branch
Records and Management Division
Dept. of the Army
Office of the Adjutant General
Alexandria, VA 22331

Include your name, service number, the complete unit that you were assigned
to in Vietnam, and the dates that you were assigned to that unit.

Requests the extracts of the "Operational Reports - Lessons Learned" that
were submitted by your Division and the staff journals- after the action
reports.

These records are important in proving that you were in the areas that were
sprayed with the different herbicides, such as Agent Orange, Agent White,
and Agent Blue.

http://www.coax.net/people/lwf/usa

 

 

 

 

"When the way comes to an end, then change - having changed, you pass through."

      I. Ching

 

 Bruce "Doc". Melson

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