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Horst Fass  ---AP -Associated Press Pultizer Prize awarded  Photo journalist- Vietnam War 1962-1974

Horst Faas, a prizewinning combat photographer who carved out new standards for covering war with a camera and became one of the world’s distinguished photojournalists in nearly a half-century with The Associated Press, died on Thursday.

M60 Machine Gun in Vietnam and you can see that the gun is firing bcuz the brass is flying pass his ear ! Get Sum

Vietnam War March 1967 - a machine gun team huddles behind bushes in a hedgerow while returning fire to NVA regulars.

Due giovani giornalisti in Chon Thanh, Vietnam in 1972 - Grognards

4th Inf. Division U.S. Army ~ Vietnam War

A tribute to the Vietnam War. "No event in American history is more misunderstood than the 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

terence khoo vietnam

terence khoo vietnam

Vietnam war: classic AP photographs - in pictures  See powerful images of the conflict from the archives of the news agency. They are featured in a new book, Vietnam: The Real War, published on 2 October, that marks the 50th anniversary of the start of hostilities.

Vietnam war: classic AP photographs - in pictures

Horst Faas, A Woman Mourns Over the Body of her Husband After Identifying him by his Teeth, and Covering his Head with her Conical Hat. The Man’s Body was Found with Forty-Seven Others in a Mass Grave Near Hue, April 1969

Horst Faas photograph of a wounded soldier getting treatment. ~ Vietnam War

In this Jan. 1966 file photo taken by Associated Press photographer Horst Faas, Lt. George Eyster of Florida is placed on a stretcher after being shot by a Viet Cong sniper at Trung Lap, South Vietnam. (Photo by AP Photo/Horst Faas, File)