Unfortuantely you can't because at the end of the war the Vietnam Government denied there were any POWs. It was said by some that the Vietcong moved the POWs weekly from one rice patty to another. By the time the American Government withdrew their troops out of Vietnam it was difficult to get back in to find any POWs. It has been told that there were some vets who did try to find POWs (secret missions), but as I said before, the Vietcong moved any possible POWs often and none were ever found. I believe there were POWs. Marcy
Try: The American War Library.
The Vietnam Veteran's Memorial Wall is the list.
I want to find a list of inmates in state prisons. What are the best ways to find a list of inmate names in state prisons?
There are over 2 1/2 million names.
Try "American War Library" and "Statistics About the Vietnam War."
Cannot find any reference to anyone by that name on multiple lists of names on the Vietnam Wall.
Check out a website on the Wall in D.C. to find them or maby check the American war archives.
Finding the names of the 3,403,100 US servicemen who fought in Southeast Asia will prove difficult, but probably not impossible. As would be for the 2,594,000 servicemen who fought "in country" of South Vietnam itself. However, the names of more than 58,000 men and 8 women who died there can be found by going to the Vietnam War Wall Memorial site.
Go to the local VFW or American Legion Post.
You cab look for a National Vietnam War Museum in your area. They have a wall with soldier's names on it. There is one in Weatherford, TX, Orlando, FL, and in Washington D.C.
Obtain the book titled, "VIETNAM ORDER OF BATTLE", By Shelby L. Stanton.
I think that was when they needed to find a new place to send prisoners, so they started sending their prisoners to Australia instead of Georgia. I hope that helped.