Naval Aviation in the Vietnam War

T.J. Brown Jr.

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The Vietnam War was the longest in American history, and challenged naval aviation not only on carrier decks, but along the coasts and rivers as well. Captain T.J. Brown will take a candid look at U.S. naval airpower in Southeast Asia from his adventures as an attack pilot on the USS Hancock from 1971 to 1974 and later experiences on the USS Enterprise and USS Constellation. Brown will share memories and photos of base locations, the Ho Chi Minh Trail (where the worst targets were) and his fourteen year career as a Naval Aviator, followed by ten years of service in the Naval Reserve. Don’t miss this chance to hear firsthand experiences “from the air” during the Vietnam and Southeast Asia conflicts!

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