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The following is a list of publications mentioning Phu Lam which we have found. If you know of any others, please forward the information to Joe Rokus (Mar. '67 - Feb. '68) at rokus@meganet.net Thanks. [Last update: July 17, 1999, Joe Rokus]

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TITLE: "Getting the Message Through, A Branch History of the U.S. Army Signal Corps"
AUTHOR: Rebecca Robbins Raines
PUBLISHER: Center of Military History, United States Army, Washington, D.C.
DATE PUBLISHED: 1996
IDENTIFICATION: ISBN Number: 0-16-045351-8;
Library of Congress Catalog Card Number: 95-2393;
Center of Military History Publication: 30-17
AVAILABILITY: Still in print. May be ordered from the Superintendent of Documents, U.S. Government Printing Office,
Washington, D.C. 20402
WWW address: https://orders.access.gpo.gov/su_docs/sale/prf/prf.html
PRICE: $34.00 (Hard cover)

COMMENTS: This is a well-written and well-documented history of the U.S. Army Signal Corps from its origin through the early 1990s with a 31 page chapter devoted to Vietnam. Phu Lam is only mentioned in reference to its message load in 1965. Two excellent pictures are included: The first is of the billboard antennas of the BACKPORCH system taken in 1963 with no permanent buildings apparently yet on the site. The second is a good aerial view of the base which includes the two story barracks, and which was taken in February 1970 (see below).

NOTE: As of mid 1998, Ms. Raines was still a historian at the Center of Military History. The following is an email in reference to her book she sent to Phu Lamer Joe Rokus:
Subject: Phu Lam Signal Station
Date: Tue, 19 May 98 08:26:12 -0500
From: rraines_at_cmh@cmh-smtp.army.mil
To:rokus@hey.net

     Thanks for your kind words about my book. It was a labor of love that I spent about ten years on.

     The photo on p. 369 was taken in February 1970. I found it at the National Archives. They have all the Army's photos taken in Vietnam. That particular photo is #CC-67632. It is the only one I have of Phu Lam. If you wish to order the photo, you should contact the Still Picture Branch, National Archives and Records Administration, 8601 Adelphi Road, College Park, MD 20740-6001. The Army's operational records created in Vietnam are also at College Park in the custody of the Textual Reference Branch.

     I'm afraid I do not know what happened to the Phu Lam facility after the U.S. pulled out. We do have several historians here at the Center who are writing combat histories of the war. The volume on the Tet period is being written by Dr. William Hammond. His email address is the same as mine except the prefix is Hammond. Another of our historians who visited Vietnam recently is Dr. Dale Andrade. His email prefix is also his last name.

Have you looked at the volume by Gen. Thomas Matthew Rienzi, "Communications-Electronics, 1962-1970" published by the Center of Military History? He has some references to Phu Lam, and I believe he may also have used your history as a source. I think his book is still in print and available from GPO.

You might wish to contact the U.S. Army Military History Institute at Carlisle Barracks, PA 17013-5008 for whatever material they may have. The Institute collects manuscripts from private individuals and may have some that relate to Phu Lam. General Rienzi has a collection of papers there. The Institute also has a large library of published material and a photo collection.

I wish you much luck with your project. Please let me know if I can be of further assistance. I would like to get a copy of the history when it is completed.

Rebecca Raines Historian, DAMH-FPO

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TITLE: "United States Army in Vietnam Military Communications A Test for Technology"
AUTHOR: John D. Bergen
PUBLISHER: Center of Military History, United States Army, Washington, D.C.
DATE PUBLISHED: 1986
IDENTIFICATION: ISBN Number: Not available; Library of Congress Catalog Card Number: 85-26647;
Center of Military History Publication: 91-12
AVAILABILITY: Still in print. May be ordered from the Superintendent of Documents, U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C. 20402 WWW address: https://orders.access.gpo.gov/su_docs/sale/prf/prf.html PRICE: $36.00 (Hard cover)

COMMENTS: The author's career includes being an advisor to a South Vietnamese signal battalion, an instructor at West Point, commander of the 51st Signal Battalion in Korea and a military historian at the Center of Military History. He also served as an army staff planner and as a speechwriter to the Secretary of Defense. In 1985 he left the military to become a staff vice president for RCA. His 515 page book is a good reflection of his background. It is very, very detailed, with quite a few pictures and literally hundreds of footnotes indicated that a huge amount of research went into writing it. Phu Lam is mentioned extensively, and all the information is very consistent with the other historical data we have collected. It contains considerable information and pictures about Phu Lam. (The "History of the Phu Lam Signal Battalion" written by Phu Lamer Joe Rokus in November 1967, is referenced as a source a number of times.)

     The book also contains some excellent pictures, specifically, shots of the BACKPORCH antennas in the early 1960s (a different picture than in the other books), the satellite receiver site at Ba Queo, the Joint Overseas Switchboard, inside of the teletype relay center, inside of the data relay center, and the circuit conditioning equipment in the Technical Control Section. It appears that Lt. Jesse Oswalt is shown in the data relay center picture.

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TITLE: "Vietnam Studies Communications - Electronics 1962-1970"
AUTHOR: Major General Thomas Matthew Rienzi
PUBLISHER: Department of the Army, Washington, D.C.
DATE PUBLISHED: 1972
IDENTIFICATION: ISBN
Number: Not available; Library of Congress Catalog Card Number: 71-184863;
Dewey Decimal Number: 959.70434 R445c AVAILABILITY: No longer in print. Should be available in larger libraries as well as through inter-library book loan services. (For example, the Springfield, MA library had a copy which was obtained through the Sturbridge, MA library at no cost.) PRICE: N.A.

COMMENTS: The author served in Vietnam as the Deputy Commanding General and then the Commanding General of the 1st Signal Brigade starting in 1968. In 1970 he assumed command of the Strategic Communications Command, Pacific. Completed in 1971, the book covers all aspects of the Army's communications systems in Vietnam through 1970 very thoroughly from the vantage point of someone who had a unique perspective and access to the facts and records. Unfortunately, the last part of the U.S. disengagement from Vietnam occurred after the book was published.

     Phu Lam, the Regional Communications Group, the satellite terminal at Ba Queo, etc. are mentioned extensively with approximately 30 specific references to Phu Lam - from the establishment of the base in the early 1960s, through the build-up in the mid 1960s to the reorganizations, the technological changes and the start of the wind-down by 1970. Phu Lam is shown on several maps and organizational charts.

     Particularly interesting are the Phu Lam-related pictures which include shots of the BACKPORCH antennas in 1962 (the same picture as in the book by Rebecca Robbins Raines), the Ba Queo satellite terminal, the switchboard with four operators, the inside of the manual tape relay center with two operators, a data transmitting terminal with one operator and the Automatic Message Switching Center with one operator. Unfortunately, none of the Phu Lamers in the pictures are identified by name.

     This 184-page book was published in a format reminiscent of the style and size of an Army field manual and, interestingly, originally sold for $1.55!

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FILM/VIDEOTAPE
TITLE: "The U.S. Army Communications in Vietnam"
PRODUCED BY: U.S. Army Pictorial Service
DATE PRODUCED: Late 1966
AVAILABILITY: A good quality videotape of the original film is available from: C.B.B. Media
120 Landing Court, Suite L
Novato, CA 94945
Tel.: 415-892-3116
PRICE: $45.00 (Videotape)
COMMENTS: Thanks to the detective work of Phu Lamer Bill Seater, we have located what is probably the only film (now available on videotape) footage of Phu Lam. This film/tape is approximately 16 minutes long and is part of several Vietnam-related short subjects included in the above videotape.

     The film/tape covers the Vietnam portion of the Defense Communications System (DCS) as it was in 1966 in considerable detail. There are extensive shots of Phu Lam which include the following: the high frequency and troposcatter antennas, the front gate, the transmitter section, the switchboard, the Teletype relay facility, the data terminal section and the Tech Control section. The troposcatter system in Vietnam and Thailand is described, and footage of communications installations at Vung Tau, Dalat, Monkey Mt., Danang and Nha Trang is included as part of the description of the Integrated Wideband Communications System (IWCS). The tape includes shots of quite a few Phu Lamers who were there when the film was made - probably early 1966.

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TITLE: "Command Communications"
AUTHOR: N.A.
PUBLISHER: Headquarters, United States Army Vietnam
DATE PUBLISHED: March 1, 1970
IDENTIFICATION: USARV Pamphlet No. 105-10, Volume 5, Number 2
AVAILABILITY: Copy of PAM NO 105-10 is reproduced on the Phu Lam web site under "The Phu Lam Signal Battalion in 1970". A copy of the original is in the possession of Phu Lamer Wray Hall.
PRICE: N.A. (To Phu Lamers: priceless)

COMMENTS: The purpose of this pamphlet, which was distributed to all major Army units worldwide, was to "assist the soldier-communicator in the execution of his mission, that of providing his commander with responsive and reliable communications to 'Keep the Shooters Talking.'" It featured the Phu Lam Signal Battalion in a 46 page article titled "Unit in the Spotlight: Phu Lam Signal Battalion (USASTRATCOM) (PROVISIONAL)." It presents a very detailed snapshot of Phu Lam not only from an operational point of view but also in terms of recreational facilities as of early 1970. It describes the mission of each of the four companies which constituted the battalion at the time to include equipment and circuits being operated, staffing levels, key accomplishments, etc., including organizational charts and circuit routing diagrams. The "Troop Facilities" section includes short descriptions of the library, the swimming pool, the post exchange, the crafts-photo center and other "off-duty" facilities.

     We are very grateful to Phu Lamer Wray Hall for keeping a copy of this publication and sharing it with us.

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TITLE: "The TET Offensive: Its Impact on the 1st Signal Brigade"
AUTHOR: N.A.
PUBLISHER: 1st Signal Brigade, United States Army Vietnam
DATE PUBLISHED: N.A.IDENTIFICATION: Identified only by title.
AVAILABILITY: The Department of the Army, U.S. Army & Joint Services Environmental Support Group, Ft. Belvoir, VA. It was obtained and transcribed by Phu Lamer Willie Dougherty in March 1992.
PRICE: N.A.
COMMENTS: This report describes the impact of the Tet Offensive in early 1968 on the 1st Signal Brigade units in extensive detail. During this period of time, from January 31 to March 1, 1968, 22 1st Signal Brigade personnel were killed, 160 were wounded and one was listed as Missing in Action, presumably, Phu Lamer Richard Lacey.
The report includes the following references to Phu Lam:

     "(On 1 February) the Phu Lam tape relay center reported significant increase in backlogged traffic. Attempts to have messages delivered by air courier were unsuccessful because enemy activity had closed the Tan Son Nhut Air Base."

     "The Phu Lam facility was hit with more than 20 rounds of mortar on 8 February, with most landing in the troop area. Fifteen brigade personnel were injured and one PA&E civilian required evacuation. (Willie Dougherty reports that actually two, instead of one, civilians were injured.) A 50-ton air conditioner was also damaged, knocking out vital air conditioning for the tape relay center. For several hours, Phu Lam was accepting only flash and immediate traffic. Intense efforts were made to obtain auxiliary units to repair the air conditioning, and repair was accomplished the following day."

     "(On 18 February) fifty mortar rounds hit the Phu Lam site shortly after 0400, but damage was slight although the Joint Overseas Switchboard was out for a short period because of loss of power."
We are grateful to Phu Lamer Willie Dougherty for obtaining this report and sharing it with the rest of the Phu Lamers.

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FILM/VIDEOTAPE
TITLE: Regional Communications Center
PRODUCED BY: U.S. Army, Office of the Chief Signal Officer, Army Pictorial Center
DATE PRODUCED: July 25, 1969 to July 28, 1969
IDENTIFICATION: Record Group: 111, Series: LC, Item: 54608
AVAILABILITY: National Archives; Motion Picture, Sound and Video Branch, 8601 Adelphi Rd., College Park, MD 20740, Tel: 301-713-7060, FAX: 301-713-6904. The original is NOT available for viewing at the National Archives. The options for viewing this film or obtaining a copy are as follows: 1. Request a videotape copy from the National Archives. The request is then forwarded to a commercial lab which will quote a price of for the copy. (The librarian informed me that it is "expensive" to have a videotape copy made but would not guess how much it might be.) 2. A "Reference Viewing Copy" (VHS videotape) may be requested via FAX at no cost. This copy becomes the property of the National Archives. However, by visiting the National Archives, a requestor may view this "Reference Viewing Copy" and also make a copy for himself using equipment available at the National Archives at no cost.
PRICE: N.A. (See above)

COMMENTS: This is a 16 mm, silent, unedited, color, 950 feet long motion picture film. According to the summary available on the National Archives' web site, footage includes shots of the Phu Lam Automatic Switching Center (various pieces of equipment and Phu Lam personnel operating that equipment and in the Technical Control Section), of the chapel, of the billboard antennas and of the transmitter building.

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FILM/VIDEOTAPE
TITLE: "B" Co. 1st of the 77th Standdown, Etc.
PRODUCED BY: U.S. Army, Office of the Chief Signal Officer, Army Pictorial Center
DATE PRODUCED: 1971
IDENTIFICATION: Record Group: 111, Series: LC, Item: 56998
AVAILABILITY: National Archives; Motion Picture, Sound and Video Branch, 8601 Adelphi Rd., College Park, MD 20740, Tel: 301-713-7060, FAX: 301-713-6904. The original is NOT available for viewing at the National Archives. The options for viewing this film or obtaining a copy are as follows: 1. Request a videotape copy from the National Archives. The request is then forwarded to a commercial lab which will quote a price of for the copy. (The librarian informed me that it is "expensive" to have a videotape copy made but would not guess how much it might be.) 2. A "Reference Viewing Copy" (VHS videotape) may be requested via FAX at no cost. This copy becomes the property of the National Archives. However, by visiting the National Archives, a requestor may view this "Reference Viewing Copy" and also make a copy for himself using equipment available at the National Archives at no cost.
PRICE: N.A. (See above)

COMMENTS: This is a 16 mm, silent, unedited, color, 675 feet long motion picture film. According to the summary available on the National Archives' web site, the first half (385 ft.) of the film includes various shots, including tank maintenance, etc. which are probably not related to Phu Lam. The second half of the film (390 ft.) was shot on December 11, 1971 and includes footage of the new radome for the Satellite Communication Site, the 1st Signal Brigade Headquarters, and the "DCS Station Phu Lam" with soldiers packing communications equipment into crates and stacking equipment onto pallets outside of the complex.

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TITLE: "Battalion History: Phu Lam Signal Battalion (USASTRATCOM) (Provisional)"
AUTHOR: Josef W. Rokus
PUBLISHER: Not published. Written by 1LT Josef W. Rokus while stationed at Phu Lam from March 1967 to February 1968 as Assistant Operations Officer. Submitted to the U.S. Army, Office of the Chief Signal Officer, Washington, DC in late 1967.
DATE PUBLISHED: 1967
IDENTIFICATION: N.A
AVAILABILITY: Posted on the Phu Lam Signal Battalion web site as "Phu Lam Signal Battalion History". May also be obtained via email from Joe Rokus: rokus@meganet.net Copy is also on file in the National Archives, College Park, MD.
PRICE: N.A.

COMMENTS: This history, which covers the evolution of the Phu Lam Signal Battalion and its predecessor organizations through late 1967 in considerable detail, is based on historical records available to Lt. Rokus while stationed at Phu Lam. It has been referenced in several publications pertaining to military communications in the Vietnam War, but does not cover any events at Phu Lam after 1967. (Phu Lamer Bill Seater gets credit for independently "re-discovering" this document in the National Archives before Joe Rokus "found" the Phu Lam Network.)

NOTE: An outline of the significant developments at Phu Lam during its entire period of existence is posted on the Phu Lam Signal Battalion web site as "Phu Lam Signal Battalion Key Events". This is a developing document (as of July 1999), and it is hoped that as more information becomes available, it can serve as the basis for a more complete history of the Battalion. (Please submit any contributions to Joe Rokus: rokus@meganet.net)
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TITLE: "Phu Lam Is `Switchboard` for the War"
AUTHOR: SSGT Jack Baird, "Stars and Stripes" Newspaper's Vietnam Bureau
PUBLISHER: "Stars and Stripes"
DATE PUBLISHED: November 30, 1965
IDENTIFICATION: N.A.
AVAILABILITY: Phu Lamer Tom Davis has a copy of the original.
PRICE: N.A.
COMMENTS: This "Stars and Stripes" full-page feature article gives a good, general overview of Phu Lam in late 1965. It quotes LTC Shirley S. Ashton, Jr., the C.O. at the time, summarizes the traffic volume (approximately 30,000 messages per day), describes the facilities and covers the communications services Phu Lam was responsible for. Approximately half of the page is taken up by four pictures of the following: the billboard antennas, the switchboard, inside of the torn-tape relay and an excellent shot of three Phu Lamers pretending to fire a mortar. The latter picture features SSGT Tom Davis, about ready to give the FIRE order. Our thanks go to Tom for saving this valuable piece of Phu Lam history and sharing it with us.



TITLE: "Vietnam Order of Battle"
AUTHOR: Shelby L. Stanton
PUBLISHER: Galahad Books, 166 Fifth Ave., New York, NY 10010 by arrangement with Kraus Reprint & Periodicals, Route 100, Millwood, NY 10546. Distributed by Bookthrift Marketing, Inc. Original edition copyrighted by U.S. News & World Report. DATE PUBLISHED: Original edition copyrighted 1981. Reprint published 1987.

IDENTIFICATION: ISBN Number: 0-671-08159-4; Library of Congress Catalog Card Number: 86-2969; Dewey Decimal Number: 959.7 Stanton AVAILABILITY: No longer in print. Is available through amazon.com and barnesandnoble.com on a special order basis. Should be available in larger libraries as well as through inter-library book loan services. (For example, the Leominster, MA library had a copy which was obtained through the Sturbridge, MA library at no cost.) PRICE: Used copies through on-line bookstores from approximately $50 to $150.

COMMENTS: This book is an incredibly detailed compilation of data pertaining to the U.S. Army units which served in Vietnam. (I talked to the author briefly, and he indicated that it took him about 10 years to complete the book.) Chapter 15 (9 pages) covers the battalion-size and larger Signal Corps units, with a paragraph for each giving the Arrival Date, Departure Date, Previous Station, Authorized Strength, a brief description of the unit and a picture of the unit's insignia. The chapter heading also shows a picture of what appears to be the JOSS Switchboard at Phu Lam. All of the units which Phu Lam was associated with appear to be included. This is an invaluable resource in trying to reconstruct the organizational development of U.S. Army communications in Vietnam, and of Phu Lam in particular.

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TITLE: "Vietnam Military Lore 1959-1973. Another Way to Remember"
AUTHOR: Ray. A. Bows
PUBLISHER: Bows and Sons Publishing, 2055 Washington St., Hanover, MA 02339
DATE PUBLISHED: 1988.
IDENTIFICATION: ISBN Number: 0-929973-00-3; Library of Congress Catalog
Card Number: 88-071892; Dewey Decimal Number: 959.704 Bows
AVAILABILITY: In stock at amazon.com. Should also be available at larger libraries.
PRICE: $29.95 at amazon.com

COMMENTS: This 720 page book, which includes quite a few pictures (including one of the Cholon PX which is similar to the one on the Phu Lam web site), covers a number of somewhat unrelated Vietnam War subjects in considerable detail. The principal subjects are 1. Named installations and facilities in Vietnam including well-researched stories of the heroes they were named after 2. Awards and decorations 3. Military monies and related items of the Vietnam conflict 4. Maps of Vietnam and major cities and 5. Miscellaneous subjects such as lists of BEQs and BOQs, medals, propaganda leaflets, etc. Phu Lam is included as follows: In the military monies section, the Phu Lam facility is accurately described in one paragraph, and the chits used in the EM Club are listed. Described are chits with face values of 5, 10 and 25 cents which in 1988, at least, were valued in the $3.50 to $5.00 range. A picture shows two of the coins which are inscribed "PHU LAM MESS" and "PHU LAM STRATCOM". Also described is a paper chit inscribed "Phu Lam Mess Association (with the 1st Sig. Bde. insignia) This Cover Good for One Free Drink $2.00". Finally, the book includes a list of BEQs and BOQs in the Saigon area with a map showing where the larger ones were located.

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MISCELLANEOUS REFERENCES
TO
PHU LAM

        The following are miscellaneous, relatively minor, references in various publications to either the Phu Lam Signal Base or to the Village of Phu Lam during the Vietnam War era.


1. A "Stars and Stripes" story at the end of May 1968 or early June 1968 (exact date of issue is not known) includes the following: "The infiltrators moved past South Vietnamese Marine lines under cover of darkness and into the city near the Cholon market place. Earlier, South Vietnamese Marines and Rangers thought they had contained the Viet Cong outside the capital on the western outskirts near the big U.S. satellite communications station in Phu Lam." (Courtesy of Bill Seater) Note: This military activity was probably part of what has been referred to as "Tet II" or "The Second Battle of Saigon."

2. "The Vietnam Experience The Fall of the South" by Clark Dougan, David Fulghum and the editors of Boston Publishing Company. 1985. Page 134: "On April 18 (1975), shortly after a Communist commando squad struck (the) Phu Lam radar installation on the western edge of the capital, MR (Military Region) 3 commander General Toan had called Thieu from his headquarters at Bien Hoa to tell him that the war was in effect already lost."

3. "The Vietnam Experience Nineteen Sixty Eight" by Clark Dougan, David Fulghum and the editors of Boston Publishing Company. 1983. Page 146: Description of part of the military activity surrounding what has been referred to as "Tet II" or the "Second Battle of Saigon" in May 1968: "At Phu Lam, Communist troops equipped with 75MM recoilless rifles and antiaircraft weapons were so well entrenched that it took the ARVN 38th Ranger Battalion, supported by armor, artillery, and tactical air strikes, two days to drive them out." A map is shown which indicates heavy fighting on May 25, 1968 in an area just east and south of the Phu Lam base where Highway 4 turns to the southwestern direction.

4. "The Vietnam Experience Tools of War" by Clark Dougan, David Fulghum and the editors of Boston Publishing Company. 1985. Page 35: A good picture of the Phu Lam base is shown with the title "Sixty-foot-high parabolic antennas break the skyline at the Phu Lam STRATCOM site, part of the tropospheric scatter system that linked major U.S. bases in Vietnam and Thailand across hundreds of miles of contested territory." There are no other references in the text to Phu Lam. The picture is the same one shown on page 47 of the book "A Test for Technology" by John D. Bergen. No date is given for the picture, and the source is only listed as "U.S. Army." (Note: Based on what is shown in the picture, it was probably taken prior to 1965.)

5. "The Vietnam Experience The Fall of the South" by Clark Dougan, David Fulghum and the editors of Boston Publishing Company. 1985. Pages 104-107: "Operation Babylift" is described in detail. Included are two pictures, one of the scene of the crash of the C-5A which crashed on April 4, 1975 near Tan Son Nhut with 243 orphans and 62 adults on board, most of whom were killed and another one of several small children strapped into their seats on the C-5A before take-off. Some of the orphans on board are believed to have been from the Hoi Duc Anh Orphanage which the Phu Lam Signal Battalion supported for several years.
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THE PROFESSIONALS HISTORY OF THE PHU LAM, VIETNAM U.S. ARMY COMMUNICATIONS BASE
By: Josef W. Rokus
Assistant Operations Officer, Phu Lam Signal Battalion, 1967 - 1968
ISBN Number: 1-4010-2825-X (Paperback)
1-4010-2826-8 (Hardback)
Pages: 523
"The Professionals" chronicles the key events of the largest U.S. strategic communications base in the Vietnam War at Phu Lam, Vietnam, and relates the personal reminiscences of some of the men who served there. It documents the growth of the base, the circumstances under which five men were killed in action and its eventual "Vietnamization" and turnover to the South Vietnamese Army. This history is intended to recognize the accomplishments of the many U.S. Army communicators, known as "The Professionals," who served at Phu Lam and to help document the role of the U.S. Army Signal Corps in the Vietnam War.

Additional information:
"The Professionals" web site: http://www.xlibris.com/theprofessionals.html
Author's web site: http://www.xlibris.com/JosefWRokus.html
Availability: On-line: http://www.xlibris.com/theprofessionals.html
Email: orders@xlibris.com
FAX: 215-923-4685
Phone: 888-795-4274 (Option 5)
Mail: Xlibris Corporation
436 Walnut Street, 11th Floor
Philadelphia, PA 19106
Author's email address: rokus@meganet.net


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