'Donut Dollie' Brought Smiles to Troops in Vietnam

'Donut Dollie' Brought Smiles to Troops in Vietnam
Her uniform in Vietnam was a powder blue dress.

Connie Dugan Popel was a recreation aide for the American Red Cross for a year-long tour. Of the 1,200 women who worked for the American Red Cross in Vietnam throughout the Vietnam War, 627 were part of the Supplemental Recreational Activities Overseas Program — better known as the "Donut Dollies" — who were there from 1965-72

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