Astonishing Vietnam War photos reveal the moment U.S. troops unleashed hell on Viet Cong sniper in hills above an Army camp
Vietnam War photos reveal the moment U.S. troops unleashed hell on Viet Cong sniper in hills above an Army camp
River boat on patrol during Vietnam war.
Vietnam War *...going hot. Hot landing zones were always bad. Not getting killed there was the good part.
Viet Cong Child Soldiers. With all the talk about liberty and equality the Viet Cong seldom mentioned that when things got hard and manpower was difficult to come by they would draft young children as guerrillas. These boys were enticed with promises of adventure and hundreds of such children were killed in battle. They are members of the Dong Rai Regiment (K-3). In 1968, the South Vietnamese held more than 1000 Communist guerrilla prisoners between the ages of 11 and 17.
Gunners of B Battery 6th Battalion 27th Artillery Regiment fire a M-110 howitzer during a fire support mission at Landing Zone Hong, approx. 12 km N.E. of Song Be, March 26 1970.
One of the most incredible helicopter shots out of Vietnam. Remind me of FSB Nancy.
This is an still of the american documentary “In The Year Of The Pig” (1968) directed by Emile De Antonio. Morrissey choose this photo for the cover of The Smiths album “Meat Is Murder” (1985).