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RADIO RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS
UNIT VIETNAM

History Page

The material on this page has some kind of historical ties with RRCUV and our era in Vietnam. Some of it may refer to CRS/WhiteBirch operations and the rest of it may be Vietnam general material

Message Traffic Processed in the Year 1967


MUSIC OF THE VIETNAM WAR ERA 1954 - 1964


MUSIC OF THE VIETNAM WAR ERA 1965 - 1975


LIVE MUSIC FROM THE VIETNAM ERA

This is an excellant site to hear music from our era. Once you connect, please follow the on site instructions


ARMY MOS CODES DURING VIETNAM


MURPHY'S LAWS OF COMBAT


ARMY LINGO IN VIETNAM FROM A" to "Z"


Q AND Z SIGNALS

Some of us remember the long hours spent in the Recieve only (RO) section ZAHing and ZDHing bad messages. Others of us remember the times in the Service section ZES-2ing messages we needed resent. I have managed to get the major Q and Z signals we used. Hopefully they will bring a few forgotten memories. This is a pretty long page so it may take a few moments to load.


PICTURE OF 509TH RECEIVING VIETNAMESE CROSS OF GALANTRY


DAVIS STATION MEMORIAL PAGE


509TH RRG AND RRCUV LINEAGE AND HONORS PAGE

RRCUV AUTHORIZED TROOP STRENGTHS



Picture of Ribbon Cutting Ceremony offically dedicating new CRS in June of 1966.

Picure shows from left to right, LTC MacKinnon(then Major), First Commander of RRCUV, LTC Overdahl, 509th Signal Officer, and Col Clayton Swears, 509th Group commander at the time.


GeneralOrders.

Diffirent General Orders giving specific awards to the Unit


Picture of Orginal 509th Tiger.

The orginal 509th Tiger as provided by Jim Kowalsky. "Legend" has it that this was the personal emblem of Col. McFadden, first Commander of the 509th RRG. These tigers were every where.


The following photos were taken after the North Vietnamese "Peace Delagation" took over Davis Station. They are posted on the History Page because they are a part of the history of the 509th RRG. I do not feel that they deserve a place of honor on our web site. I have very strong personal feelings when I see our enemy standing where we once worked and lived. The four phoots show two of the front gate area of Davis Station and tow of an NVA soldier in the billets area.