Records from the National Archives

Combat Naval Gunfire Support File (CONGA)

Records About Isbell’s Naval Gunfire Support During the Vietnam War, documenting the period 3/1966 – 1/1973. (Full, fielded search page is here.) Records are from the The U.S. National Archives and Records Administration.

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Includes DD 214/Separation Documents, Personnel Records, and/or Medical Records

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4 Responses to “Records from the National Archives”

  1. john viola ( giovanni) Says:

    I have just submitted my book to the publisher and it should be out soon. It’ s title is ,”The Second Truth.” Its about my nineteen months combat on Destroyers including the Duncan and the Isbell as the Hospital Corpsman………

  2. Rose Says:

    I will most certainly read your book John, I believe my husband served with you.

    • John ( Giovanni ) Viola Says:

      Rose, what is your husbands name ? I think you will enjoy my book, it is sad, heartbreaking and entertaining. It should be out this week on Amazon and many other places . Thank you for your response.

    • JOHN vIOLA Says:

      My book ,The Second Truth is now available in ,paperback, hard cover and E-book every where books are sold. Its about life on a tin can in wartime as the medic. Its funny, sad, heartbreaking and historic.

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