ANCA presents a sample of the photographic record of the many activities we sponsor and participate in. More ANCA photos are in our Members section.
Pamela Fenton Wilson, 2nd Surg, Chu Lai, 1968. Was also assigned at the 27th Surg and 312th Evac
3rd Field Hospital HQ and environs seen from the roof of the gym
Army PR photo of the “tallest and shortest nurses” at the 3rd Field in 1966, 2LTs Annie Yazzie and Marlene Lohmiller
Entrance to the 3rd Field during the 1966 monsoon season
1LT Nickey McCasland leaving the BOQ villa for night shift duty in the 3rd Field SICU.
3rd Field Chief Nurse MAJ Edith Nuttall with patients awaiting transportation to Tan Son Nhut AFB for air evac
CPT Valerie Buchan, 12th Evac, Cu Chi, 1969
Treating a patient in the 24th Evac ER, 1970
2LT Diane Corcoran and small patient at the 24th Evac, 1970
51st Field Hospital staff (destined to be folded into the 3rd Field and other units) aboard USNS Upshur en route to Vietnam in October 1965
51st Field members aboard USNS Upshur: clockwise from lower left: 1LT Kathy Mangold; 1LT Nickey McCasland; CPT John Sherman, MC; CPT Alex Roldan; 1LT Evelyn Perras
CPT Rhona Knox above base camp Radcliffe, 616 Med Clearing Co.
67th nurses, sent to 2nd Surg to help: Peggy Hale, Amy Johnston, Nancy Paulson, Mary Snow, unidentified medic
67th nurses being made honorary “Donut Dollies”
Front: Amy Merz Johnston, Nancy Paulson, Peggy Hale, Mary Snow, Cathy Ward; Back: Pat Jennings second from left with unidentified Red Cross staff
Joe Querciagrossa outside the male nurses’ tent at the 67th Evac, 1966.
Dennis O'Donnell and Joe Querciagrossa getting ready for Christmas 1966 at the 67th Evac.
Bob Sweeney, John Zielesevich, Dennis O’Donnell & Joe Querciagrossa at the 67th Evac, 1966
Amy Merz Johnston, setting up the receiving ward at the 67th Evac Qui Nhon 1966.
Carol Yauk Compton with patients on ward at 67th Evac, Qui Nhon, 1967.
67th Evac Staff taking a little break playing catch.
Joe Querciagrossa outside the male nurses' tent, 67th Evac, QuiNhon 1966-67
1LTs Amy Merz Johnston and Marlene Vrooman Kramel with Roy Rogers
Lt. Sharon Grant behind the counter in ER, with Special Forces and Vietnamese civilians, 71st Evac, Pleiku, 1970.
CPT Marie Brown at 71st Evac, Pleiku, 1970
CPT Peggy Kulm with other staff, 8th Field, Nha Trang, 1968
Lt. Dolores Wohnus, 85th Evac, Qui Nhon, 1967
91st Evac 1969-70
Jane Carlson, 91st Evac, Chu Lai, 1970
Mary Messerschmidt, 91st Evac, Chu Lai, 1970
Pat McIntire in the OR, 91st Evac, Chu Lai, 1969-70
Pat McIntire at 91st Evac, Chu Lai, 1970
CPT Peggy Kulm with smiling baby 91st Evac, Tuy Hoa, 1969. She was head nurse of the only pediatric civilian war casualty unit in Vietnam.
Wendy Weller during Rocket Attack, 95th Evac, 1969
95th Evac next to a crib; the hospital had 4 cribs.
Sp5 Medic Bob Barnwell 1968-1969; later selected for WRAIN and became an AN.
CPT Peggy Kulm and 2LT Edwards on MedCap Mission in village near Cambodian border, 1968
One of the places military would go to relax.
The USO brings Nancy Sinatra and her troupe to Vietnam in 1967.
Bob Hope pays a visit to the 3rd Field in 1967.
The 6th Convalescent Center was hit by a sapper attack in August 1969. Structures throughout the compound were damaged by explosives thrown by the invaders.
Patient wards were damaged by the explosive charges.
View of damaged buildings
An officer stands in the remains of his destroyed 6th Convalescent Center quarters.
1LT Chris Addison (Santry) at the 24th Evac
Col. Cassey, Chief Nurse, 18th Surg
CPT Francis "Moe" Moriarty's Hooch & dog, 18th Surg, 1970
Dr. Gerbolsky, Larry Lund, Moe Moriarty and Dick Hooper filling sandbags at the 18th Surg, 1970
Cpt Moe Moriarty cleaning field anesthesia machine, 18th Surg
CPT Francis "Moe" Moriarty and Vietnamese boy
Award Ceremony 18th Surg: Larry Lund, Chuck ____ , Francis Moriarty, Mary Woolsey, Gordie Chow, Adjutant & C.O., 1970
18th Surg staff Joe Brown, Crash Carter, Eric Menger, George Rose, Gordie Chow
Over 350 ANCA members are veterans of service in Vietnam during the war. These are some of their photos of the experience.