Lee Wilson Collection
The collection includes an oral history transcript, 17 February 2010; newspaper clippings from The News and Observer about Vietnam, 30 April 2000.
- 2000, 2010
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Lee Wilson (b. 1947), of Las Vegas, Nevada, served in the United States Women's Army Corps from 1966 to 1969 and the Army National Guard from 1979 to 1984. Lee Wilson was born in Las Vegas, Nevada, in January 1947.
She joined the Army in 1966 in Belmont, California and was stationed at Fort McClellan, Alabama, and Fort Jackson, South Carolina, before being sent to Vietnam in January 1968. She served at Long Bihn until May of 1969 and discharged from Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri, shortly thereafter.
Wilson continued to serve in the Army National Guard from 1979 to 1984.
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- Lee Wilson Collection
- Victoria Hinshaw
- 2023 January
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