Radio First Termer

Radio First Termer was a pirate radio station which operated in January 1971 in Saigon during the Vietnam War.wikipedia
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Radio First Termer was a pirate radio station which operated in January 1971 in Saigon during the Vietnam War.

Ho Chi Minh City

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Radio First Termer was a pirate radio station which operated in January 1971 in Saigon during the Vietnam War.

Vietnam War

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Radio First Termer was a pirate radio station which operated in January 1971 in Saigon during the Vietnam War.

United States Air Force

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The station was hosted by a United States Air Force Sergeant Clyde David DeLay (August 15, 1948–January 20, 2012 ) better known to some by his DJ alter-ego "Dave Rabbit."

WLS (AM)

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Nguyen is Roma from "Don and Roma" radio show on WLS Chicago.

Brothel

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After three tours in Vietnam, "Dave Rabbit" and his friends launched Radio First Termer from a secret studio in a Saigon brothel.

Steppenwolf (band)

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The station played "hard acid rock" such as Steppenwolf, Bloodrock, Three Dog Night, Led Zeppelin, Sugarloaf, the James Gang, and Iron Butterfly, bands which were popular among the troops, but largely ignored by the American Forces Vietnam Network.

Bloodrock

Nick Taylor (Bloodrock)
The station played "hard acid rock" such as Steppenwolf, Bloodrock, Three Dog Night, Led Zeppelin, Sugarloaf, the James Gang, and Iron Butterfly, bands which were popular among the troops, but largely ignored by the American Forces Vietnam Network.

Three Dog Night

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The station played "hard acid rock" such as Steppenwolf, Bloodrock, Three Dog Night, Led Zeppelin, Sugarloaf, the James Gang, and Iron Butterfly, bands which were popular among the troops, but largely ignored by the American Forces Vietnam Network.

Led Zeppelin

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The station played "hard acid rock" such as Steppenwolf, Bloodrock, Three Dog Night, Led Zeppelin, Sugarloaf, the James Gang, and Iron Butterfly, bands which were popular among the troops, but largely ignored by the American Forces Vietnam Network.

Sugarloaf (band)

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The station played "hard acid rock" such as Steppenwolf, Bloodrock, Three Dog Night, Led Zeppelin, Sugarloaf, the James Gang, and Iron Butterfly, bands which were popular among the troops, but largely ignored by the American Forces Vietnam Network.

James Gang

The James Gang
The station played "hard acid rock" such as Steppenwolf, Bloodrock, Three Dog Night, Led Zeppelin, Sugarloaf, the James Gang, and Iron Butterfly, bands which were popular among the troops, but largely ignored by the American Forces Vietnam Network.

Iron Butterfly

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The station played "hard acid rock" such as Steppenwolf, Bloodrock, Three Dog Night, Led Zeppelin, Sugarloaf, the James Gang, and Iron Butterfly, bands which were popular among the troops, but largely ignored by the American Forces Vietnam Network.

American Forces Network

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The station played "hard acid rock" such as Steppenwolf, Bloodrock, Three Dog Night, Led Zeppelin, Sugarloaf, the James Gang, and Iron Butterfly, bands which were popular among the troops, but largely ignored by the American Forces Vietnam Network.

Anti-war movement

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The music was mixed with antiwar commentary, skits poking fun at the U.S. Air Force and Lyndon B. Johnson, and raunchy sex and drug oriented jokes.

Lyndon B. Johnson

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The music was mixed with antiwar commentary, skits poking fun at the U.S. Air Force and Lyndon B. Johnson, and raunchy sex and drug oriented jokes.

Sexual intercourse

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The music was mixed with antiwar commentary, skits poking fun at the U.S. Air Force and Lyndon B. Johnson, and raunchy sex and drug oriented jokes.

Drug culture

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The music was mixed with antiwar commentary, skits poking fun at the U.S. Air Force and Lyndon B. Johnson, and raunchy sex and drug oriented jokes.

Sir! No Sir!

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He also did an interview for a bonus feature on the DVD release of Sir! No Sir!, a film about G.I. counterculture during the Vietnam era.

Opie and Anthony

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In February 2008, audio clips of this underground radio show made their way into the hands Opie & Anthony and third mic Jim Norton.

Jim Norton (comedian)

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In February 2008, audio clips of this underground radio show made their way into the hands Opie & Anthony and third mic Jim Norton.

Pirate radio in Asia

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Finally, Radio First Termer was briefly operated by and for U.S. troops in Vietnam in 1971.