Jules Wilburn Bernard

Mechanically gifted, Jules enlisted in the U.S. Army Air Corps. He saw service in North Africa, Corsica, Algeria, Italy, and England. He primarily worked as an aircraft mechanic on bombers. He served with the 414th Squadron, 97th Bomb Group in England; was as crew chief with the 346th Bombardment Squadron in North Africa; and transferred to the 57th Bomb Wing in Italy, finishing the war as a Tech Sergeant.

Sandy Songs

The following Video contains the Audio track recorded on August 24th, 1968 NKP Officer's Club party." The SANDY SONGS" As soon as I heard it, I fell in love with what I hoped it could be. I hope you enjoy the video, by adding video clips and photos, we are bringing life back to these old songs.

Vietnam Helicopters

This film is is dedicated to all the men who flew Helicopters and were the savior and support to so many on the ground. This video is a compilation of archival footage of Helicopters in and around Saigon in 1970. The footage was filmed by Roger Youngblood A-1 Skyraider pilot. In Rogers's first tour of Vietnam, Roger was to fly the C-123 twin-engine cargo plane. Roger, like all pilots, wanted to fly a single-seat fighter plane. In his first days in Vietnam, Roger made 2 major decisions.


Join John Stryker"Tilt" Meyer as he discuses MACV-SOG "You never finished your definition of MACV SOG" ... From Hanoi they would send down supplies to come down the trail and then we come into South Vietnam all through here and our job was to go in and see what they're doing and 64 they established the Military Assistance Command Vietnam Studies and Observations Group aka SOG