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377th Combat Security Police.   This web page belongs to one of our Tan Son Nhut Association members.  He is a Vietnam Veteran and our good friend.  It shows the history of the 377th Security Police Squadron, Tan Son Nhut, Air Base, Republic of Vietnam, during the worst year of the war, 1968.
Veterans Bell Memorial   Tan Son Nhut Association Member, Jim Stewart consulted with Scott Jones to make a website for the Veterans Bell Memorial located in Montrose Township, MI. The bell is designed to honor any U.S. Military Veteran from any service era and any state.
NEMO A534 Memorial.   The veterans of military working dogs, would like for you to visit this web page.   Not only to pay honor to one of the USAF sentry dogs, but to be informed how much our canines are loved by their handlers.
Jon Dorrough's Web Page   This web page also belongs to one of our Tan Son Nhut Association friends.  He was a member of the 1st Signal Brigade, served in Vietnam from 1967 -  1968, as a Crypto ( fixed Ciphony) technician -  MOS 32F20.  I am sure he will welcome you to his web page.
Tom Hildreth's web page   This web page also belongs to one of our Tan Son Nhut Association friends.  He was a member of the 1876th Communications Squadron, Tech Control
David E. Koopman's   David was a member of the 460th Field Maintenance Squadron, during 1967 - 1968. Many Photos of Tan Son Nhut and the 1968 Spring Offensive 377th Combat Support Group After Action Report are located here.
EC-47 History Site.  The EC-47 ARDF Mission, flown by the 360th TEWS at Tan Son Nhut, and other in-country installations.  Hundreds of Photos and Official Documents are located here.
AC-119 Web Page  Dedicated to air, ground crews and support staff who maintained, flew, and supported Air Force Special Operations AC-119G Shadow and AC-119K Stinger dragonships that once spat fire from the night skies over Indochina.
VC-123 History Site.   A special VC-123 was stationed at Tan Son Nhut from 1962 to 1970, assigned to transport MACV and his staff, along with other VIP missions.  The airplane was painted with a white top and unpainted belly, which was shined to a mirror finish.   The interior of the airplane was configured with special VIP seating.  Because of the overall white finish, the airplane was known as "The White Whale.", and went by the call sign "Moby Dick".
Alan Runfeldt, 8th Aerial Port Mobility Operations  Alan Runfeldt, has a new web page for the men who were assigned to the 8th Aerial Port Mobility Operations.  Please click the icon to the left, to see his web page.  You will be glad you did.
Another 8th Aerial Port Mobility Operations webpage  A new web page for the men who were assigned to the 8th Aerial Port Mobility Operations.  Please click the icon to the left, to see the web page.  You will be glad you did.
Air Force Lost and Found.   Check and see if you have an old friend who is looking for you.  Maybe you are looking for an old friend that you served with.
Davis Station located on Tan Son Nhut.  It was named for SP4 James T. Davis.  SP4 Davis is recognized by the U.S. Government as being the first soldier KIA.  Davis Station was located in the middle of Tan Son Nhut AB.  It was adjacent to the flight line in Delta Sector.
National Resource Directory.   An online partnership of "shared care" providing information on, and access to, services and resources for wounded, ill and injured Service Members and Veterans, their families and families of the fallen, and those who support them from recovery and rehabilitation to community reintegration.

It is maintained by the Departments of Defense, Labor and Veterans Affairs.   The information in the Directory is from federal, state and local governmental agencies; veteran service and benefit organizations; non-profit community-based and faith-based organizations; academic institutions, professional associations and philanthropic organizations.
Skip Tannery's Tan Son Nhut Pictures 1967/1968.  In March 1967, I arrived at Tan Son Nhut Air Base in Saigon, South Viet Nam, and was assigned to the 19th Air Commando Squadron.  I was an assistant Crew Chief on the C-123K aircraft and we flew missons throughout the Southern part of South Viet Nam.  In July 1967, I was part of a group from our squadron sent to Nakhon Phanom, Thailand (NKP).  We supported the "Candlestick Mission", which flew flair support for the fighters over the Ho Chi Minh Trail, crossing thru Laos and Cambodia.  This was very good duty as we only had three C-123B's to take care of.  After only 2 months we were sent back to our squadron at Tan Son Nhut and back to the reality of war.  (This web page shows numerous photographs of Tan Son Nhut.)
Vietnam Dog Handlers Association.    An Association for All Vietnam Dog Handlers, of all branches of service.  James Stewart, is the represenative for the 377th Security Police Squadron.   Please contact him for all matters pertaining to the 377th SPS.
VetFriends.  VetFriends.com helps you to reunite with friends and family who are veterans of or are currently serving in the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, and Coast Guard! Learn how to obtain your own or your family members Military Records from the U.S. Government. Over 150,000 people visit VetFriends every month.
Vietnam Security Police Association Website.    An association for all the Security Policemen that served in Vietnam.  Denis Cook, is the represenative for the 377th Security Police Squadron.  Please contact him for all matters pertaining to the 377th SPS.


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