Outstanding Unit Award w/ Combat "V" Device 1971 -l973
The American Forces Thailand Network (AFTN), military radio and television, provided music, news and entertainment to the American Fighting Man and Woman in Thailand for more than ten years during the Vietnam War.
This web site is dedicated to the nine broadcasters and engineers who gave their lives when a battle damaged F-4 Phantom Recon Jet crashed into the Udorn AFTN station on April 10, l970.
This is an unofficial web site.
AFTN Webmaster is Bob Wertz , then A1C USAF, AFTN Radio/TV Udorn, 71-72. Email comments, etc. to BobWertz in Baton Rouge, LA. Bob is back on the air part time at WHYR(LP) -FM, Baton Rouge. Bob's other website is located at www.songfavorites.com.
AFTN Web Templates design & photo albums compiled/edited by Norm Corley, then Sgt. USAF, AFTN Radio/TV NKP 72-73. Norm is retired and living in Athens, Greece.
Since January 19, 2003, there have been
Home page audio montage [WINDOWS Media file]: Sgt. Phil Favreau, AFTN News, Fall, l972, original Charlie Tuna AFRTS program and AFTN jingle
Last updated on 2 / 17 / 2015
My father, Major James Reid Lapp, the former Network Chief in Korat in 1974 andlater the Commander of FEN in Japan, passed this morning shortly after midnight in Gloucester, VA.
I suppose that there might be a "Remembrance" website of some sort, but I figured that you would have better insight to this than I.from James "Randy" Lapp
Pre AFTN- Good Morning Ubon - 1965-1966 added 12/26
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AFTN Group is now on Facebook (click )
Rob Neyhard with Lola Falana - Bob Hope Christmas Show 1970
Barry Landau's Photo Album - Ubon 1969-70
George Smith at Utapao 1975-76
"Music for Your Head"
Lee Harris and Roger Williams - 1970
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History of Sheppard ETV from Dave Redman
AFRTS ARCHIVES BLOGSPOT (click here)
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AFTN- American Forces Thailand Network is a member of the