Requiem - Huet - Vietnam, 1966 Wearing a bloody bandage over the left side of his face, medic Thomas Cole of Richmond, Va., tends to a soldier of the First Cavalry Divison. This picture is from an unforgettable sequence of one man's dedication.
Vietnam War: “Home is where you dig” was the sign over a fighting bunker,
22 Jan Khe Sanh, South Vietnam --- Civilians Evacuated from Khe Sanh.
A young Marine private waits on the beach during the Marine landing Da Nang Vietnam 1965
A Radioman comforts his friend who had just survived a battle during Operation Byrd in which nearly his entire platoon was wiped out. Photo taken: August 1966 Operation Byrd
A soldier's eye: rediscovered pictures from Vietnam
Injured, weary soldier. Name, date, and location unknown. from Charlie Haughey's collection of Vietnam war
40 years today - A Vietnam War Timeline - Page 9 - Armchair General and…
Mass execution by the Japanese . OUR BRAVE MEN, Stoic and Dignified in the Face of Cruel Inhumanity. How we conduct ourselves in battle and all the hours that surround the horrors of war provides great commentary about our personal warrior-hood!
A tribute to the Vietnam War. "No event in American history is more misunderstood than the Vietnam.
peerintothepast: “I have finally found the name of this unknown U. Soldier, Cavalry, Vietnam, March His name is Andrew Paul Chura from New York. He enlisted on 8 Jun 1965 and was released 9 Jun He survived the war, but died of.
James Karales, Montagnard camp near Pleiku, South Vietnam, 1963