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A South Vietnamese father carries his son and a bag of household possessions as he leaves his village near Trang Bom on Route 1 northwest of Saigon April 23, 1975. The area was becoming politically and militarily unstable as communist forces advanced, just days before the fall of Saigon. (AP Photo/KY Mhan)

A South Vietnamese father carries his son and a bag of household possessions as he leaves his village near Trang Bom on Route 1 northwest of Saigon April AP Photo/KY Mhan.

Hà Nội 1951 - 1954 qua ống kính cựu binh Lê dương người Đức

Hà Nội 1951 - 1954 qua ống kính cựu binh Lê dương người Đức

Photo by Rick Merron ~ Vietnam War http://remetalk.livejournal.com/85523.html

A suspected Viet Cong sits with his child awaiting interrogation - photo by Rick Merron, USA ~ Vietnam War

A Viet Cong fighter, his Chinese-made Type 53 rifle slung over his back, buries a landmine for a staged propaganda photo, 1964.

Rare photo of a member of the Viet Cong, laying a land mine. Exact date unknown, Vietnam

| War Fire Fight Wounded Drink 173rd Airborne. Vietnam

Water for Wounded Airborne :: War :: Commercial , Advertising,and Stock Photography by Don Hall

2nd Battalion, 501st Infantry, 101st Airborne Recon in Vietnam near Firebase Bastogne. 1969. Tommy Wilkinson is on the right. He made it back and is alive and well, according to his daughter. He stays in contact with his buddies. (searching for ID on the other two). 
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Battalion, Infantry, Airborne Recon in Vietnam near Firebase Bastogne. Tommy Wilkinson is on the right. He made it back and is alive and well, according to his daughter. He stays.

The Bitter End - October 9, 1971 - Members of the U.S. 1st Air Cavalry Division refuse an assignment to go out on patrol by expressing "a desire not to go." This is one in a series of American ground troops engaging in "combat refusal." ~ Vietnam War

The Bitter End - October 1971 - Members of the U. Air Cavalry Division refuse an assignment to go out on patrol by expressing "a desire not to go." This is one in a series of American ground troops engaging in "combat refusal.

25 Nov 1967, Near Dak To, South Vietnam --- Hill 875, South Vietnam: The tumult of the battle over, Sgt. John G. Sheehan of Boston, Mass., radio still attached on and pressed to his ear, takes well-earned rest atop Hill 875 following its capture by elements of the 173rd Airborne Brigade. Conquest of Hill 875 ended five days of the bitterest fighting of the Vietnam War. --- Image by © Bettmann/CORBIS

25 Nov 1967, Near Dak To, South Vietnam --- Hill 875, South Vietnam: The tumult of the battle over, Sgt. John G. Sheehan of Boston, Mass., radio still attached on and pressed to his ear, takes well-earned rest atop Hill 875 following its capture by elements of the 173rd Airborne Brigade. Conquest of Hill 875 ended five days of the bitterest fighting of the Vietnam War. --- Image by © Bettmann/CORBIS

February 1968, Hue, Vietnam --- Evacuation of wounded American and South Vietnamese troops during the battle for Hue,

dog ate my tank - © Christian Simonpietri 1968 Wounded American and South Vietnamese soldiers, Hue, Vietnam

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03 Apr 1968, Ca Lu, South Vietnam --- US soldiers from the 1st Cavalry rest on trucks in a convoy before Operation Pegasus, an attempt to clear the east-west route to Khe Sanh during the Vietnam War. --- Image by © Bettmann/CORBIS

03 Apr Ca Lu, South Vietnam --- US soldiers from the Cavalry rest on trucks in a convoy before Operation Pegasus, an attempt to clear the east-west route to Khe Sanh during the Vietnam War. --- Image by © Bettmann/CORBIS My Marine traveled this route.

we all wore P. O. W. bracelets

US Air Force Captain Wilmer Newk Grubb is given first aid by his captors in North Vietnam. He was taken prisoner after ejecting over North Viet Nam on Jan. and died in captivity 10 days later.

A soldier of the Royal New Zealand Infantry with some Vietnamese Locals 1969

Some of the photos can be harsh or unpleasant. War is a disgrace, is cruelty, misery,.

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