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The Vietnam War (1959-1975) was bloody, dirty, and very unpopular. In Vietnam, U.S. soldiers found themselves fighting against an enemy they rarely saw, in a jungle they couldn't master, for a cause they barely understood. These pictures offer a brief glimpse into life during the Vietnam War.



Vietnam. Marine Corps flame thrower tank in action. (January 1966)



Da Nang, Vietnam. Sergeant Robert E. Fears clears an area using his flamethrower. (May 22, 1970)



A machine gunner and a rifleman from the 5th Marine Regiment fire at the enemy near the Demilitarized Zone in Vietnam. (May 23, 1967)



A U.S. Air Force HH-3 helicopter crewman fires a mini-gun during rescue patrol over South Vietnam. (October 17, 1968)



Wet going - Marine Private First Class J.L. Collins keeps a battery pack dry as he wades through a muddy hole while on a search mission with "I" Company, 3rd Battalion, 5th Marine Regiment, 12 miles south-southwest of DaNang Vietnam.



Dong Ha, Vietnam. Operation Hastings - Marines of Company H, 2nd Battalion, 4th Marine Regiment take to the water as they move to join up with other elements of their battalion. (July 1966)



Vietnam. As the second phase of operation "Thayer," the 1st Air Cavalry Division (airmobile) is having operation"Irving" in the area 25 miles north of Qui Nhon which lies 400 miles north-northeast of Saigon. The 1st Air Cavalry was given the mission of clearing a mountain range where an estimated two battalions of North Vietnam regulars were supposed to be massing an attack on Hammond Airstrip. Troops of "A" Company, checking house during patrol. (October 6, 1966)



Napalm bombs explode on Viet Cong structures south of Saigon in the Republic of Vietnam. (1965)



My Tho, Vietnam. A Viet Cong base camp being destroyed. In the foreground is Private First Class Raymond Rumpa, St Paul, Minnesota, C Company, 3rd Battalion, 47th Infantry, 9th Infantry Division, with 45 pound 90mm recoiless rifle. (April 5, 1968)



Bombing of Viet Cong structures along a canal in South Vietnam. (1965)



Dak To, South Vietnam. An infantry patrol moves up to assault the last Viet Cong position after an attempted overrun of the artillery position by the Viet Cong during Operation Hawthorne. (June 7, 1966)



Vietnam. Members of the 1st ARVN Division move along a trail during an assault operation near Fire Support Base O'Reilly. (October 8, 1970)



Vietnam. Marines of E Company, 2nd Battalion, 3rd Marines, riding on an M-48 tank. (1966)



Vietnam. Operations - Badger Catch. (1968)



Captured Viet Cong. A Viet Cong prisoner captured during Operation Double Eagle, 20 miles south of Quang Ngai, Vietnam is brought into the collection area by Marines. Prisoners are blindfolded and tied to prevent escape attempts. The card on the prisoner's black pajama shirt relates to circumstances of his capture. (February 1, 1966)



A Viet Cong suspect, captured during an attack on an American outpost near the Cambodian border in South Vietnam, is interrogated. (December 20, 1968)



Chu Lai, Vietnam. Prisoner of War and Detainee Operation. Specialist Curtis N. Duclos, Jr. (Goffstown, NH), roaming MP, 23rd Military Police Company, Americal Division, walks through the Americal Division POW collection point. (November 1968)



A Vietnamese woman weeps over the body of her husband, one of the Vietnamese Army casualties suffered in the war with the Viet Cong in South Vietnam. (1965)



Small girl receives medical aid during fierce fighting in Nam-o Village near Danang, South Vietnam. (January 30, 1968)



Scene of Viet Cong terrorist bombing in Saigon, Republic of Vietnam. (1965)



At 5:55 p.m. on December 24, 1964, Viet Cong terrorists exploded a bomb in the garage area underneath the Brinks Hotel in Saigon, South Vietnam. The hotel, housing 125 military and civilian guests, was being used as officers' billets for U.S. Armed Forces in the Republic of Vietnam. Two Americans were killed, and 107 Americans, Vietnamese, and Australians were injured. Small buildings at the rear of the Brinks Hotel were completely destroyed by the force of the blast. (December 24, 1964)



Stunned by the viciousness of a Viet Cong attack on their village, Vietnam war refugees ride an Air Force helicopter to a safe area near Saigon. (March 1966)



Vietnam refugees. USS Montague lowers a ladder over the side to French LSM to take refugees aboard. Haiphong. (August 1954)



A young soldier from the Popular Forces stands gate guard duty in Vietnam. (1968)



United States Air Force Captain John R. Vydareny, vaccinates a Vietnamese woman against plague during a MEDCAP visit to the village of Phu Gia near Phu Cat Air Base, South Vietnam. (January 23, 1970)



Vietnam. Medical Evacuation. Marines of Company E, 2nd Battalion, 9th Marines, while under heavy firefight with NVAs within the DMZ on Operation Hickory III, are carrying one of their fellow Marines to the H-34. (July 29, 1967)



In the South China Sea, a nurse tends a patient just out of surgery in the intensive care ward of the hospital ship USS Repose (AH-16). The ship is steaming off the coast of Vietnam a few miles south of the 17th parallel. (October 1967)



Navy Nurses. Lieutenant Commander Dorothy Ryan checks the medical chart of Marine Corporal Roy Hadaway of Calera, Alabama aboard the hospital ship USS Repose off South Vietnam. Miss Ryan, from Bronx, New York is one of 29 nurses aboard the hospital ship selected from 500 volunteers of the Navy Nurse Corps. (April 22, 1966)



Saigon, South Vietnam. Lieutenant Frances Crumpton and Miss Nangnoi Tongkim, a Thai nurse, talk with an American soldier wounded in the Vietnam War. The nurses work in the Navy hospital in Saigon. (February 1966)



South Vietnam - Medical evacuation patients on the deck of the Amphibious assault ship USS Tripoli (LPH-10) await transfer to the 22nd Casualty Station in Danang from which they will be sent to the States. Wounded Marines who cannot be returned to duty, or who require more than six days of hospital care are removed from the Tripoli and returned to the USA. (July 1967)



1st Lt. Elaine H. Niggemann changes a surgical dressing for Mr. James J. Torgelson at the 24th Evacuation Hospital. Mr. Torgelson is civilian employee for HNA, Inc. (July 9, 1971)



United States Air Force Captain Wilmer N. Grubb is given first aid while being guarded by his captors in North Vietnam. (January 1966)



Vietnam. Walter Cronkite and a CBS Camera crew use a jeep for a dolly during an interview with the commanding officer of the 1st Battalion, 1st Marines, during the Battle of Hue City. (February 20, 1968)



A U.S. Army soldier directs a UH-1 helicopter approaching to pick up injured after a paradrop in South Vietnam. (October 1966)



UH-1D helicopters airlift members of the 2nd Battalion, 14th Infantry Regiment from the Filhol Rubber Plantation area to a new staging area, during Operation "Wahiawa," a search and destroy mission conducted by the 25th Infantry Division, northeast of Cu Chi, Vietnam. (May 16, 1966)



Vietnam. Three Fighter Squadron 161 (VF-161) F-4D Phantom II fighter aircraft from the attack aircraft carrier USS Midway (CVA-41) and three Corsair II attack aircraft from the attack aircraft carrier USS America (CVA 66) drop Loran Bombs during a strike mission. (March 1973)



Pink Rose. During the Pink Rose test program target areas near Tay Ninh and An Loc, Vietnam were sprayed with defoliation agents twice and with a drying agent once. Ten flights of three B-52s each dropped 42 M-35 incendiary cluster bombs, per aircraft, into the target area setting fires that burned the heavy growth as well as enemy fortifications hidden there. Sweeping over the tree-tops this C-123 Ranch Hand aircraft sprays defoliant over the target area. (January 1967)



Vietnam. This picture is one that would reach potentially every father in the world. It was used as the cover of a pamphlet which describes the truth about the cause of the subversive insurgency in Vietnam. Such dramatic pictorial appeals draw sympathy from the reader before a word is read, thus making the remainder of the story also more sympathetic to the audience. (1966)



Vietnam War protesters. Wichita, Kansas. (1967)



The nuclear powered aircraft carrier USS Enterprise (CVAN-65) cruises in the clear blue water of the Gulf of Tonkin off the shores of Vietnam. With A-4 Skyhawk bombers on her bow, enterprise is ready to recover more aircraft on her angled deck. (May 28, 1966)



Thousands of service personnel listen to Miss Ann Margret sing one of her numbers during her show in Danang, Vietnam. (March 13, 1966)



OPERATION "YELLOWSTONE" VIETNAM: Following a hard day, a few members of Company "A," 3rd Battalion, 22nd Infantry (Mechanized), 25th Infantry Division, gather around a guitar player and sing a few songs. (January 18, 1968)



Vietnam: helicopter and soldier approaching target. Viet Nam Photo Service. (Circa 1965)
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pasal us kalah perang nih??
oleh kerana perang berpanjangan kos ketenteraan meningkat n ekonomi us terumbang ambing. Ditambah pula 58 ribu tentera us maut di sana.
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masa ni us kalah teruk....tapi duk wat cite2 movie bgtau dunia cakap us hebat perang kt sana
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pasal us kalah perang nih??
macamana nak menang..semangat juang vietcong tinggi tambah pulak taktik gerila..samala kat afghanistan..Soviet berundur sebab tak tahan ngan mujahidin..
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baru ni Obama kena hantam kiri kanan ngan rakyat sendiri .. especially dari Trump siap mintak sijil lahir ... selamba je ...

tapi Obama cakap ... kalo dibiarkan maybe akan ramai akan mati .. and maybe ada lagi mass grave ... bila dia cakap camtuh ... biar la dia sedang gadafi ... and dia takkan antar ground soldier dah .. pasal depa dah serik kat Iraq .. until now tak aman.. and spent almost usd 1 trillion..
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pasal us kalah perang nih??
disebabkan perang yang panjang emosi askar US dh terjejas.. pejuang vietnam lepaskan pompuan2 tempatan n mase tgh syok askar2 US duk layan nafsu time tu dorang kene serang habis-habisan..US kalah sebab pompuan
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rambo...first blood zaman nih kan...tuk nek kan nama us..cover rr tuh
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tak lengkap tanpa lagu ni

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