A veteran of the war in Vietnam shared this on a motorcycle board, had not heard of it and thought that's pretty cool.
He said "It's the music, commercials and fillers we listened to whenever we were back in rear areas and someone had a transistor radio that could pick up AFVN (Armed Forces Vietnam Radio)."
Vietnam Vet Radio is an internet only radio station dedicated to the men and women who served in the Vietnam War, their families, and friends. We are incorporated as a 501(c)3 non-profit veterans ministry organization. With a few exceptions all the songs played are from the Vietnam War era. We also play the authentic jingles and public service announcements that were played on AFVN (American Forces Vietnam Network) Radio.
While Vietnam Vet Radio is neither political or religious, in the normal sense of the word, it is most certainly a pro-America and pro-military radio station that acknowledges that we are a blessed people. No anti-war rhetoric or anti-war songs; there are other sites on the internet for that. Our mission is to heal, not open old wounds.
Please contact us with suggestions on how Vietnam Vet Radio can better serve you.
Bennie P. Blount
SFC, US Army, Retired
Chu Lai 1969, Long Binh 1970, Vung Tau 1971-72
Checking it out now. Not a Vietnam Vet but served with quite a few guys who were.
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Thank you for posting this! Listening now.
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Thanks for posting that link. Never heard of them before. Guess the memories, good and bad, will come back to the front.
“Fate whispers to the warrior, 'You can not withstand the storm.'
The warrior whispers back, 'I AM THE STORM."
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