A Vietnam Trilogy: Veterans and Post Traumatic Stress, 1968, 1989, 2000

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Numerics
34th Engineering Battalion, 119
5th Special Forces Headquarters Group, 57
71st Evacuation Hospital, Pleiku Province, 94
8th Field Hospital, 17, 30, 32, 49, 53–54, 130, 152, 158–159, 161–162, 164, 167, 171
98th Medical Detachment (KO Team), 17, 59, 120

A
Acute Situational Maladjustment, 12–13
African-American theater veterans, 98
AFSC (American Friends Service Committee), 50
AIT (Advanced Infantry Training), 124, 144
Amerasian, 62, 165–166, 213
American Indian healing rituals, 104–105
American Indian Veterans, 104
American Lake VA Medical Center, 78, 102, 114, 190, 198
American Legion, 93
Amiote, George, 104
AMVETS, 93
Arabs, 202
AWOL (Absent Without Leave), 25, 35

B
B-40 rocket, 119
Bangkok Post, 115, 135, 220
Bao Ninh, 21, 26, 69, 80, 83–84, 110, 150, 209
Bien Hoa, 119, 131
Blank, Arthur S., Jr., 35
Body count, 101
mentality, 101
Bong Son, 155–158, 164
Boot camp/basic training, 11–12, 53, 144, 207
Branham, Mary, 113, 118
Brentwood VA Hospital (later, the West Los Angeles VA Medical Center), 63, 72
Brew, Bill, 93, 96
Brown, Leslie, 82, 114, 118, 132, 147, 149, 190–191, 221
Burke, Jim, 107

C
C-130 (military transport airplane), 48
Cam Ranh Bay, 17, 35, 168
Casteel, Ralph, 93
Catholic faith, 29
Catholic Relief Services, 50
Chao Ba, 122
Chao Em, 122
Chao Ong, 122
Chaplain, 30, 53
Cleland, Max, 5, 76, 93
CO (commanding officer), 195
Cochran, Jill, 93
Combat Exhaustion, 12–13
Coy, Robert, 70–71
Cranston, Allen, 93
Crump, Lee, 85
Cu Chi Tunnels, 176, 192
Cyclos, 172–173

D
D Battery 2nd Battalion, 11th Marines, 119
Da Nang, 43–44, 131, 142–146, 148–149, 151– 155, 161, 214
Dear John (Letter), 50–52
DEROS (Date of estimated return from overseas), 23, 35, 44–46, 48, 216
Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, Volume II, 73
Disabled American Veterans, 74, 93, 222, 224– 225
Dohrenwend, Bruce, 98

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