Chris is very well known today in the Elvis world and for years has been a regular at Elvis Week events.
In 1965 after visiting wounded veterans in a hospital, Chris realized her true calling and she left acting. Chris became a DJ for the Armed Forces Radio Network, and her daily radio show, "A Date with Chris," was an instant hit. While visiting Vietnam to sing for the soldiers, Chris braved sniper fire and experienced a terrifying helicopter crash. In the 1970s, as war raged abroad, Chris married to a handsome Lieutenant ... but her battlefield romance was devastated by the suicide of husband. In the 1990s, after opening a number of shelters for homeless veterans, she went on to become a national advocate and icon to the lost generation of Vietnam veterans. Today Chris is still generously helping the Vietnam veterans in every possible way she can.
On April 3, 2013 Chris released a brand new book titled "A Blonde Bomb Goes To Vietnam" which is a 174 page paperback. The book is a photo documentary covering the tours Chris Noel made of Vietnam during the war, from the years of 1966-1969.
You can purchase "A Blonde Bomb Goes To Vietnam" by Chris Noel from Amazon.com, by clicking on the following link: http://www.amazon.com/Blonde-Bomb-Goes-Vietnam/dp/148234047X/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1365385797&sr=1-1&keywords=a+blonde+bomb