Richard O. Albert, Bac-Si My: In the Year of the Dog. The author worked as a medical doctor at Phong Dinh Province Hospital, in Can Tho.
   
  Georg W. Alsheimer (a.k.a. Erich Wulff?), Vietnamesische Lehrjahre: 6 Jahre als dt. Arzt in Vietnam, 1961-1967. Frankfurt: Suhrkamp, 1968. 484 pp. Memoir by a German doctor who witnessed the Buddhist uprising in Hue.
   
  Natalie Patricia Atkin, "Protest and Liberation: War, Peace and Women's Empowerment, 1967-1981." Ph.D. dissertation, History, Wayne State University, 1999. 265 pp. DA 9954182.
   
  Carl Bancoff, A Forgotten Man. pb New York: S.P.I. Books, 1992. A doctor in Vietnam.
   
  Dan A. Barker, Warrior of the Heart. Burning Cities Press, 1992.
   
  Carl E. Bartecchi, M.D., Soc Trang: A Vietnamese Odyssey. Rocky Mountain Writer's Guild, 1980. An Army flight surgeon who was at Soc Trang 1965-66.
   
  Philip Bigler, Hostile Fire: The Life and Death of Lt. Sharon Lane. Arlington, VA: Vandamere, 1996. Lt. Lane was killed by a 122mm rocket on June 8, 2020, at the 312th Evac Hospital in Chu Lai. She was the only U.S. servicewoman killed by hostile fire during the Vietnam War.
   
  Deborah A. Butler, American Women Writers on Vietnam: Unheard Voices: A Selected Annotated Bibliography. New York: Garland, 1990.
   
  Wesley G. Byerly, Nam Doc. New York: Vantage, 1981. 140 pp. Byerly went to Vietnam in 1967 as a volunteer physician.
   
  Ltc. Wesley G. Byerly, Trung Ta Bac Si. Baltimore: Gateway Press, 1986. Byerly, a medical officer in the US Army Reserve, volunteered to serve a tour (April 1969 to March 1970) in Vietnam. The book consists mostly of entries from his diary.
   
  Barbara Deardorff, Ann Thompson, et. al., Another Kind of War Story: Army Nurses Look Back to Vietnam. Lebanon, PA: A. Thompson, 1993. xi, 160 pp. ISBN: 0963677403
   
  Margaret Ellen, "Witness to War: The War Stories of Women Vietnam Veterans." Ed.D. dissertation, (Counseling?), University of Massachusetts, 1998. 253 pp. DA 9823764. War stories of five women (apparently including the author): three nurses, one Red Cross worker, and one civilian who worked in refugee camps.
   
  Barbara Evans, Caduceus in Saigon: A Medical Mission to South Vietnam. London: Hutchinson, 1968. 210 pp. A British medical mission that went to Vietnam in 1966.
   
  Daniel E. Evans, Jr., and Charles Sasser, Doc: Platoon Medic. New York: Pocket Books, 1998. xviii, 248 pp. Evans served in Company B, 4/39 Infantry (David Hackworth's battalion), 9th Infantry Division, October 1968 to July 1969.
   
  Herbert Ford, No Guns on their Shoulders. Nashville: Southern Publishing Association, 1968. 144 pp. Seventh Day Adventist medics in Vietnam.
   
  Noonie Fortin, Memories of Maggie: A Legend Spanning Three Wars. San Antonio: LangMark Publishing, 1995. Martha Raye, who may have been the most beloved of the entertainters who visited troops (especially Special Forces, in her case) in Vietnam.
   
  Noonie Fortin, Potpourri of War. San Antonio: LangMark Publishing, 1998. Deals with American women in Vietnam, both civilian and military, as well as assorted other issues (hence the title).
   
  Dan Freedman and Jacqueline Rhoads, eds., Nurses in Vietnam: The Forgotten Veterans. Austin: Texas Monthly Press, 1987. xiii, 164 pp.
   
  Fred Gloeckner, A Civilian Doctor in Vietnam. Philadelphia: Winchell, 1972. 123 pp. Author was in Vietnam (at Ben Tre) only briefly, with Project Vietnam. Anti-war in tone. Warning: partially fictionalized.
   
  Olga Gruhzit-Hoyt, A Time Remembered: American Women in the Vietnam War. Novato: Presidio, 1999. 272 pp. Both nurses and a variety of others.
   
  Mike Hall, The Medic and the Mama-san. Cortland, NY: Hawkeye, 1994. Hall was a medic and operating room technician at the 36th Evac, in Vung Tau, 1968-1969. He married a Vietnamese.
   
  Lynn Hampton, The Fighting Strength: Memoirs of a Combat Nurse in Vietnam. Canton, OH: Daring Books, 1990; pb New York: Warner, 1992. Lt. Hampton arrived in Vietnam in March 1967.
   
  Robert M. Hardaway, ed., Care of the Wounded in Vietnam. Manhattan, Kansas: Sunflower University Press, 1988.
   
  Marva Hasselblad with Dorothy Brandon, Lucky-Lucky: A Nurse's Story of Life at a Hospital in Vietnam. M. Evans & Co., 1966. pb New York: Fawcett, 1967. 191 pp. The author worked at a Mennonite hospital in Nhatrang, 1962 to 1965.
   
  Dr. Byron E. Holley, Vietnam 1968-1969: A Battalion Surgeon's Journal. New York: Ivy, 1993. Holley served with the 9th Infantry Division in the Mekong Delta.
   
  Lieutenant Commander Bobbi Hovis, Station Hospital Saigon: A Navy Nurse in Vietnam, 1963-1964. Annapolis: Naval Institute Press, 1992.
   
  James Michael Kelsh, Triage: The Gathering Place. New York: Carlton, 1977. 122 pp. Kelsh was an Army doctor in Vietnam.
   
  Berneice Lanier, A Rooster at Tet. Huntington, West Virginia: University Editions, 1998. 219 pp. Lanier was a civilian logistics specialist, working at Long Binh. She was there during the Tet Offensive.
   
  Kathryn Marshall, In the Combat Zone: An Oral History of American Women in Vietnam, 1966-75. Boston: Little Brown, 1987. vii, 270 pp.
   
  Bonni McKeown, Peaceful Patriot: The Story of Tom Bennett. Capon Springs, WV: Peaceful Patriot Press. Tom Bennett was a conscientious objector who became a combat medic, was killed in action near Pleiku on February 11, 2020, serving with B Company, 1/14 Infantry, 4th Infantry Division; he was awarded the Medal of Honor posthumously.
   
  Betty Merrell and Priscilla Tunnell, eds., Stories that Won't Go Away: Women in Vietnam, 1959-1975. Birmingham, AL: New Hope, 1995. 205 pp. An oral history of Southern Baptist missionary women. Most of the stories are very short--they average a bit under two pages--and there is more human interest than usable information about the war.
   
  Bill Meyer, Combat Medic: The 79th Evac. Perc Press, 1998.
   
  Elizabeth M. Norman, Women at War: The Story of Fifty Military Nurses who Served in Vietnam. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1990.
   
  Robert L. Ordóñez, When I Was a Boy: One Year in Vietnam. Lubbock, Texas: CIMA, 1997. 336 pp. Ordóñez was a platoon medical corpsman with the 3/1 Marines, 1st Marine Division, 1970-1971.
   
  John A. Parrish, M.D., 12, 20 & 5: A Doctor's Year in Vietnam. New York: Dutton, 1972. pb New York: Bantam, 1986.
   
  Mary Reynolds Powell, A World of Hurt: Between Innocence and Arrogance in Vietnam. Cleveland: Greenleaf, 2000. xv, 171 pp. Powell was a nurse at the 24th Evac, Long Binh, 1970-71.
   
  Craig Roberts, Combat Medic - Vietnam. New York: Pocket Books, 1991. Based on interviews and documentary research. Note that while Roberts served in combat units he did not do so as a medic, and that some dialog is invented.
   
  Mary Sue Rosenberger, Harmless as Doves: Witnessing for Peace in Vietnam. Eglin, IL: Brethren Press, 1988. 188 pp. By a volunteer nurse who worked in a hospital in Nha Trang from early 1966 to late 1967.
   
  Brady W. Slone, Purple Smoke. Pippa Passes, KY: Pippa Valley Printing, 1989. 109 pp. Slone was a medic with the Wolfhounds (either 1/27 or 2/27 Infantry).
   
  Winnie Smith, American Daughter Gone to War: On the Front Lines with an Army Nurse in Vietnam. New York: Morrow, 1992. 352 pp. Smith served Sept. 1966 to Sept. 1967 in military hospitals in Saigon and Long Binh.
   
  Ron Steinman, Women in Vietnam: The Oral History. TV Books, 2000. 272 pp.
   
  Sandra C. Taylor, Vietnamese Women at War: Fighting for Ho Chi Minh and the Revolution. Lawrence: University Press of Kansas, 1999. x, 170 pp.
   
  Diane L. Trembly, Petticoat Medic in Vietnam: Adventures of a Woman Doctor. New York: Vantage, 1976.
   
  Karen Gottschang Turner with Phan Thanh Hao, Even the Women Must Fight: Memories of War from North Vietnam. New York: Wiley, 1998.
   
  James W. Turpin, with Al Hirshberg, Vietnam Doctor: The Story of Project Concern. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1966. 210 pp.
   
  Lynda Van Devanter, Home Before Morning (New York: Warner, 1984). Lynda Van Devanter was a U.S. Army nurse whose tour in Vietnam, June 1969 to June 1970, was served mostly at the 71st Evacuation Hospital in Pleiku province. A lot of heavy fighting, casualties. The account seems very good, but the resemblance to "M*A*S*H" is so strong as to inspire faint suspicions.
   
  Lynda Van Devanter and Joan A. Furey, eds., Visions of War, Dreams of Peace: Writings of Women in the Vietnam War. New York: Warner Books, 1991.
   
  Keith Walker, A Piece of My Heart: The Stories of Twenty Six American Women who Served in Vietnam. Novato: Presidio, 1985. x, 350 pp.