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Captured Viet Cong Soldier - I realize they were the vicious enemy who fought dirty & were extremely ruthless but as a human being - that expression on his face is hard to take.  Way too much suffering on both sides....

Captured Viet Cong Soldier - I realize they were the vicious enemy who fought dirty & were extremely ruthless but as a human being - that expression on his face is hard to take. Way too much suffering on both sides.

My father was in Laos and Cambodia as a military adviser in the early 60's, but we were never there according to official reports! What are our advisers doing now back in Iraq? Boots are on the ground people, wake up! Our military men and women are actively engaged in this fight. Please don't gloss over this fact for your "moral outrage" about the wars.

First tour Infantry Div. Mekong Delta Time in the hospitals in Vietnam, Japan and California. Second tour (I FFV) I Field Forces Vietnam Central Highlands Sgt, Vietnam

The pilot of a US Cobra helicopter at Dau Tieng Vietnam, 1969. The stickers on his helmet read: "Bomb Saigon Now" - "Bomb Hanoi Now" - "Bomb Disneyland Now" - "Bomb Everything".

The pilot of a US Cobra helicopter at Dau Tieng Vietnam, The stickers on his helmet read: "Bomb Saigon Now" - "Bomb Hanoi Now" - "Bomb Disneyland Now" - "Bomb Everything". The Vietnam War

Erwin Rommel (15 November 1891 – 14 October 1944) was a German general and military theorist. Popularly known as the Desert Fox, he served as field marshal in the Wehrmacht of Nazi Germany during World War II.  Rommel was a highly decorated officer in World War I.

Field Marshal Erwin Rommel was one of German's most popular generals during World War II, and gained his enemies' respect with his victories as commander of the Afrika Korps. Implicated in a plot to overthrow Hitler, Rommel took his life in

General Erwin Rommel.

✠ Erwin Rommel November 1891 – 14 October linked to the conspiracy to assassinate he was forced commit suicide with a cyanide pill,

Life Magazine, June 1969 issue pictured photos of the 242 soldiers who died in one week in the Vietnam War. The visual stunned America to face the loss of such vibrant, young men pictured on page after page. Click through to access the entire issue of Life.  LIFE - Google Books

Life Magazine, June 1969 issue pictured photos of the 242 soldiers who died in one week in the Vietnam War. The visual stunned America to face the loss of such vibrant, young men pictured on page after page.

New Port, Vietnam. Queen's Cobra Arrival in Vietnam. General William C. Westmoreland, Commanding General, MACV, watches the ceremonies on the arrival of the Royal Thai Volunteer Regiment in Vietnam. (Sept. 21, 1967). Picture courtesy of the National Archives and Records Administration.

Vietnam War Pictures

General William Westmoreland in Photo,South Vietnam during the Vietnam conflict.

1969, Vietnam --- A US 1st Division infantry soldier on the journey to take position at Michelin Plantation, Vietnam.

Vietnam --- A US Division infantry soldier on the journey to take position at Michelin Plantation, Vietnam. --- Image by © Tim Page/CORBIS

Are You a Vietnam Veteran? Help Us Investigate the Impact of Agent Orange

A political Cartoon of how Agent Orange, dropped by the US to clear out the dense jungle, affected all of Vietnam as it got into the water system and ruined many vietnamese lives.

The Vietnam War, 1965-1968 Life-july 1965

LIFE Magazine Covers Vietnam - Wounded U. Marine being helped to safety by his buddies during fire fight with Vietcong - July 1965 - Photographer: Bill Eppridge.

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