Vietnam War Historic Context
This report identifies resource types associated with medical research, training, and treatment during the Vietnam War and provides a context to evaluate these resources’ historical significance. Jayne Aaron and Kierstin Miller.
This report provides context and typology for Vietnam War (1962–1975) special operation forces and warfare-related resources on Department of Defense (DoD) installations in the United States. Jayne Aaron and Steven Christopher Baker.
This report’s historic context provides military cultural resources professionals with a common understanding for determining the historical significance of Vietnam War logistics-related facilities, greatly increasing efficiency and cost-savings for this necessary effort.Jayne Aaron and Steven Christopher Baker.
This report provides a historic context and building typology for facilities on DoD installations that specifically supported pilot and air support training during the Vietnam War, 1962-1975. Jayne Aaron and Steven Christopher Baker.
This report addresses the role of special schools on U.S. military installations during the Vietnam War, identifies specific installations and resource types associated with special schools during the Vietnam War, and provides a context to evaluate the historical significance of these resources.
This report describes how DoD installations in the U.S. adapted and changed during the conflict in Vietnam and highlights the Vietnam War era-influenced construction that created facilities on many installations. Susan I. Enscore.
Helicopter Training and Installation Construction
This report describes the historic context subtheme regarding how military helicopter use during the Vietnam War influenced construction on U.S. military installations during this time period. The report provides context and typology of Vietnam War (1962-1975) helicopter resources on DoD installations in the United States, offering a standardized approach to identifying property types, determining historical significance of properties, and assessing integrity. Jayne Aaron.