A haunting photo of a U.S. Marine in Con Thien .... Vietnam War

Marine inside the cone of fire at Con Thien, September/October Photo by David Douglas Duncan (full frame)

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Marine Eyes II - Exhausted U. Marine at Con Thien, Vietnam 1967 by David Douglas Duncan

Near the Laotian Border, South Vietnam: They've made their way to their Laotian border position  and now it's time for members of A Troop, 1st Cav., 23rd Infantry Divison to wait for their orders,  here Feb 4th. Sp.4 Ruckie D. Bostic of New Castle, VA., spends some of his time on a cigarette break  comforting his two tired pups as he rests against the treads of one of his outfit's armored vehicles.

1971 Ruckie D. Bostic of Infantry Division, Laos-Vietnam border

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Vietnam War wounded soldier being helped by another soldier. Look how young they were and then they were treated like murders by allot of Americans when they came home. These men and others did their job honorably. They are American hero.

Catherine Leroy: 1967 US Marine with a wounded soldier, Vietnam

© Catherine Leroy 1967 US Marine with a wounded comrade, Vietnam

1972 NVA soldiers dash across open ground near strategic Highway 9 in southern Laos during Operation Lam Son 719, the South's failed attempt to cut the Ho Chi Minh Trail.

Astonishing, rare images of the Vietnam War from the winning side

1972 NVA soldiers dash across open ground near strategic Highway 9 in southern Laos during Operation Lam Son the South's failed attempt to cut the Ho Chi Minh Trail.

Charles Benjamin "Chuck" Mawhinney, USMC sniper Vietnam - most confirmed kills

The Great Sniper Ever Told In World History

Weeee… Ever dream to being sniper as your job? Sniper such deathly weapon in any battle. For me sniper is very cool. Killing people from no where, and only kill base on the mi…

“Fire Mission!” was written by John Harrison John E. Harrison, a Vietnam Veteran, has his own website and publishes a variety of articles – some relate to his experiences during the War.  Joh…

First Fire Mission (Guest post)

Soldier in the Viet Nam war

Saddle up and move out !

A photo of a young US Vietnam Warrior. Look at that face and remember your worse day.  "Unless you do your best, the day will come when, tired and hungry, you will halt just short of the goal you were ordered to reach, and  by halting you will make useless the efforts and deaths of thousands." - Gen. George S. Patton

Vietnam War Yea, though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil, for I am the meanest MF in the valley! I remember this saying from my time in Vietnam.

Photographers with The Associated Press were responsible for many, if not most, of the iconic images of the Vietnam War, from Nick Ut's picture of a young girl fleeing a napalm attack to Eddie Adams' shocking picture of the execution of a suspected Viet Cong prisoner.

First Cavalry Division medic Thomas Cole, with one of his own eyes bandaged, continues to treat wounded Staff Sgt. Harrison Pell, during a Jan.

March 1966, Bong Son, South Vietnam -- A typical soldier of the U.S. 1st Cavalry showing the amount of gear carried during the conflict

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.

American Marines Worn down: An American Marine during Operation Prairie    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2268602/Mud-blood-horror-The-brutality-Vietnam-War-captured-selection-stunning-images.html#ixzz2J6ASpP1N  Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook

Mud, blood and horror: The brutality of the Vietnam War captured in selection of stunning images

American Marines, Operation Prairie, near the DMZ during the Vietnam War, October (Larry Burrows—Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images) A soldier's story: Rare images of Vietnam War.

Photographers with The Associated Press were responsible for many, if not most, of the iconic images of the Vietnam War, from Nick Ut's picture of a young girl fleeing a napalm attack to Eddie Adams' shocking picture of the execution of a suspected Viet Cong prisoner.

First Cavalry Division medic Thomas Cole, with one of his own eyes bandaged, continues to treat wounded Staff Sgt. Harrison Pell, during a Jan.

child depicted in the Pulitzer Prize -winning photograph taken during the Vietnam war

That famous photo.

The ICONIC 1972 Photo "NAPALM GIRL" Vietnam War by NICK UT - The Horrors of War

The ICONIC 1972 Photo "NAPALM GIRL" Vietnam War by NICK UT - The Horrors of War

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