Marine Lends a Helping Hand, 1969 "Lending a Hand: An outstretched hand from a Marine buddy helps lift this Leatherneck from a deep stream south of the Demilitarized Zone. The 9th Marine Regiment Leathernecks were participating in Operation Dawson River, west of Khe Sanh in the northernmost province of South Vietnam (official USMC photo by Lance Corporal Don Barr)." From the Jonathan Abel Collection (COLL/3611), Marine Corps Archives & Special Collections. OFFICIAL USMC PHOTOGRAPH
Larry Burrows on assignment in Vietnam c. 1971, photographe inconnu.
Larry Burrows on assignment in Vietnam in 1971 | Larry Burrows was a famous British photojournalist for his virulent and aggressive coverage of the Vietnam War. Here is one of the last photos of him: he died in 1971 when his helicopter was shot down over Laos.
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Marines taking some rest from front line in Korean War
Battle of Dak To, Hill 875, South Vietnam, November 1967
Vietnam: The Real War – Bodies of US paratroopers lie near a command post during the battle of An Ninh, 18 September 1965. The paratroopers, of the 1st Brigade, 101st Airborne Division, were hit by heavy fire from guerrillas that began as soon as the first elements of the unit landed. The dead and wounded were later evacuated to An Khe, where the 101st was based. The battle was one of the first of the war between major units of US forces and the Vietcong Photograph: Henri Huet/AP