THE VIRTUAL VIETNAM ARCHIVE ARE YOU HAVING TROUBLE FINDING ITEMS IN THE VIETNAM ARCHIVE?
The Virtual Vietnam Archive holds many historical items related to the USS Frank E
“items” in storage. The items are “Finding Aid”, Audio, Maps, Moving r Computer Media. Many can be viewed Evans DD-754. Currently there are over 1500 classified as Documents, Images, Oral History, Image, Museum Object, Microfilm, Periodical, o
on-line. To date, the 1500+ items are in the following collections.
The steps to take to make use of the Virtual Vietnam Archive.
Go to the Virtual Vietnam Web-site - www.vietnam.ttu.edu/virtualarchive/
Click on the lower left side of the page: Search the Vietnam Archive
3. In the space where if says “Collection Title,” type in the collection name, for
example, J C Campbell 4. Click on: Start Search (Left side, top of page)
[This is not instant]
Click on: Display Search Results (Left side, mid page)
Scroll down and select the record you want to review.
[This is not instant]
(Steps 4 and 5 may take more or less time depending on the size of the file.)
Adams, Ken E. Bezotte, Nathan Brown, Charles Burke, Richard Campbell, J. C. Christensen, Cato Crinigan, Richard Cuzzupe, Larry Druckemiller, Jack Duhe, Peter Ernst, Ray A. Ferrick, Will Fien, Jerome Guyer, Steven Allen Harton, Bud Hemphill, Gerry Higginbottom, Harold Howard, William E.
Huber, Chuck Jenkins, John Kerr, Fern T. Kiehler, Eldon Kozman, Anthony Kraus, Stephen Legg, Doug Lenz, Carl Lockwood, Robert Macayan, Mike & Susie Mann, Joe Bob Moore Kirkland, Joann Norton, Ken O'Brien, Michael Olson Fortune, Janet Pike, Douglas Reilly, Larry Robinson, Leon
Salmon, Nelson D. Searle, Don Sheets, Michael Simonsen, Glen Sullivan, William Tidd, Emmett Admiral USMC Vietnam War Documents USS Frank E Evans Association Vaughn, Ron Verrone, Richard Burks Vietnam Center Walsh, Michael K. Ward, Paul Wilson, Charles E. Winston, Robert Winterflood, Graham
FINAL SAILING ORDERS “LEST WE FORGET”
Vern Dale Robling SN1 (45-46) Vincennes, Indiana. Deceased September 15, 2004
May we never forget the Ship,
and those who paid the ultimate
price in service aboard the USS Frank E. Evans DD-754.