Pilot Lou Pulver and General Allen M. Burdett in a Huey
General Burdett was Assistant Division Commander for 101st Airborne Division. — Pilot Lou Pulver with General Allen M. Burdett. "I got in a fight at the high rise Officers Club and some WAC CPT tried to intervene. I called her a few choice names. The one that tipped her over was Diesel Dyke. I escaped before the MP's got there. I was on Gen. Burdett's carpet the next morning and at the WAC Company later the same day." Photo and comment by Tom Everhart.
Assuming command of Company A (assault helicopter), 25th Aviation Battalion, 25th Infantry Division. Battalion Commander is Lieutenant Colonel Richard Antross. Date is 2 Sep 1975 — with LTC Richard Antross.
Leaders in the Army of the Republic of Vietnam (ARVN), Southern Vietnam, mapping out our night patrols and discussing different tactical zones referred to as I Corps, II Corps, III Corps, IV Corps. I Corps was the northernmost region of South Vietnam, bordering North Vietnam. II Corps oversaw the region of the central highlands region, north of the capital Saigon. Its corps headquarters was in the mountain town of Pleiku. III Corps oversaw the region of the country surrounding the capital Saigon. IV Corps oversaw the Mekong Delta region of the country. The army of the nation state of South Vietnam existed from 1955 to 1975. Photo by Patrick Brennan Photo repaired by Dan Fox.