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Mike I sure would think the Natioanl Personnel Records Center would have this info.

And any vet on SSA- their SSA files would certainly have all military pay records too- as that is how they figure out your SSA benefits- all wages.

Easter Offensive:

"The Easter Offensive engaged the full weight of USAF's in-theater forces which, though much reduced, were still formidable. The B-52 force, which had proved to be key in the relief of Khe Sanh four years earlier, had been reinforced. There were 53 of the heavy bombers at U Tapao RTAB, Thailand, and 85 at Andersen AFB, Guam. By the end of May, another 33 BUFFs were deployed against the attackers, bringing the force total to 171 B-52s.

Despite three years of Vietnamization, some 102 Air Force fighters remained in South Vietnam--64 F-4s, 15 A-1s, and 23 A-37s. These were supplemented by 15 AC-119 gunships. Also on hand outside of South Vietnam were 91 F-4s and 16 F-105 fighters, 10 B-57s, and 13 AC-130 gunships based in Thailand. (An AC-130 would fall victim to a Strela, the first loss of its type.)" from Air Force Magazine Sept 1998.

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I think DFAS would maintain the pay records or know where they stored them on microfiche, I doubt if they have been transferred to computer disks.

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Hi all:

How do I find combat duty pay records for the Air Force for Nam in 1972 Easter Offensive??

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Mike S.

Mike, Try your senators office or the congressman. Ask them to contact the NPRC in your behalf, Granted he Air Force record center is weird B) I Had almost amazing results using Senator Cantwell's office. :)

Arch Sgt. USAF

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Mike,

I don't know if it makes any difference, but in 1972 USAF pay was handled out of Colorado.

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