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Old 02-15-2009, 11:43 AM
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Title:
Interview with David Hill - August 7, 2000
Interview Date:
7 August 2000
Collection:
David Hill Collection
Media Type:
Oral History (Mini Disc)
Length:
03:37:22 min/sec
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(USA) David Hill served with the United States Army in Vietnam from 1967 to 1968. He served as a Dog Handler Team Leader, and Squad Leader with the 1st Infantry Division. Interview conducted by Stephen Maxner.
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Title:
Interview with Franklin Hill (by: E.J. Godfrey) - January 31, 1966
Interview Date:
31 January 1966
Collection:
US Marine Corps History Division Oral History Collection
Media Type:
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Length:
21:17 min/sec
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USMC Corporal Franklin Hill discusses his experiences as squad leader around the village of Le My in 1965.
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Title:
Interview with James Hill (by: Steve Maxner) - September 8, 2003
Interview Date:
08 September 2003
Collection:
James Hill Collection
Media Type:
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2 20:11 hr/min/sec
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(USA) General Hill graduated from Trinity University and Army ROTC in 1968. After receiving his commission, he went to Ranger school and jump school. In October 1969 General Hill left for Vietnam and when he arrived he was assigned to the 101st Replacement Company, Alpha commander. He left Vietnam and returned to the United States in October of 1970.
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Title:
Interview with Earl Hobbs (by: Stephen Maxner and Kim Sawyer) - January 16, 2001
Interview Date:
16 January 2001
Collection:
Earl Hobbs Collection
Media Type:
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(USA) Earl Hobbs served in Vietnam as a Helicopter Crew Chief with B Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry from September 1966 to September 1967. His area of operations included the An Lao Valley, the Kin Son Valley, the Bon Son Plain, Phu Cat, Nhi Mieu, the Suoi Ca Valley, Kim Son, Ba Ta, and Duc Pho. Operations included THAYER I, IRVING, THAYER II, PERSHING, and OREGON.
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Title:
Interview with John Hodgin (by: Richard Burks Verrone, PhD) - February 3, 2003
Interview Date:
03 February 2003
Collection:
John Hodgin Collection
Media Type:
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Length:
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(USAF) John K. Hodgin, originally from Greensboro, North Carolina served in the U.S. Air Force from 1959 until 1981. Departing from Pope AFB (NC) as a member of the 347th Tactical Air Squadron, John first went to Vietnam on the first Operation RANCH HAND mission in January 1962 as a Navigator in the C-123. He continued to rotate back to South Vietnam over the next years to perform various missions. Between February and July 1963, John took part in Operation MULE TRAIN and completed another RANCH HAND mission between November 1963 and April 1964 as a member of the 778th Squadron, both as a C-123 Navigator. In November 1965, he was sent to Nha Trang with the 5th Air Commando Squadron and flew various missions as a C-47 navigator performing leaflet drops, loudspeaker flights, and cargo flights. In December 1966, John was sent to Kadena, Japan, as part of 315th Tactical Air Squadron and flew more cargo missions in South Vietnam in the C-130 for the next three years. He flew more missions in South Vietnam helping evacuate American assets from the country from January 1975 until the fall of the country in April 1975. John eventually retired from the USAF in 1981.
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Title:
Interview with Michael Hoffman (by: Stephen Maxner) - October 17, 2000
Interview Date:
17 October 2000
Collection:
Michael Hoffman Collection
Media Type:
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Length:
03 12:20 hr/min/sec
Description:
(USAF) Michael Hoffman served with the United States Air Force in Vietnam and Thailand from 1971 to 1972. He served as an F-4 crew chief.
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