1967 US soldiers of the 27th Infantry Regiment 25th Infantry Division Vietnam

© Tom Dreiling 1967 US soldiers of the Infantry Regiment, Infantry Division, Vietnam War

One of the most horrific and repulsive photos of Men armed with clubs hunting down a poor Jewish woman, terrified and soon to die at their hands. That humans can do such things speaks to the existence of a well of evil in the heart of humanity.

A troop 1/9th Cav. 1st Air Cav///Dust off Pilots.

“Dead Men Flying” Heroic as Hell – The Dustoff Pilots of The Vietnam War (image heavy)

In this 1966 file photo, U.S. Army helicopters providing support for U.S. ground troops  fly into a staging area fifty miles northeast of Saigon, Vietnam.  (AP Photo/Henri Huet)

AUTHENTIC UH-1 HUEY Iroquois PEWTER HAT PIN MADE IN US ARMY WING GIFT HELICOPTER

Henri Huet :: U. Army helicopters providing support for U. ground troops fly into a staging area fifty miles northeast of Saigon, Vietnam in January of (AP Photo/Henri Huet, File)

35th Infantry Regiment soldiers await extraction. - Vietnam War

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

U.S. soldiers of the 9th Infantry Division relax on the long boat trip back to their base camp after a day trudging through the coconut groves of Kien Hoa province in the Mekong Delta/January 1969.

soldiers of the Infantry Division relax on the long boat trip back to their base camp after a day trudging through the coconut groves of Kien Hoa province in the Mekong Delta during the Vietnam War, (AP Photo/Henri Huet) ~ Vietnam War

Gunnery Sgt. Carlos Hathcock is a legend of Marine Corps history. One of the most lethal snipers in history, he even repeatedly succeeded in killing snipers sent to hunt him. In one of his last missions on a tour in Vietnam, he crawled nearly two miles to kill a Vietnamese general and escape.

This sniper crawled nearly 2 miles to kill one enemy general

One of the most lethal snipers in history, Gunnery Sgt. Carlos Hathcock repeatedly succeeded in killing snipers sent to hunt him.

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'The Best Photo From Vietnam': One Photographer's Defining Image of War

A paratrooper of A Company, Airborne, guides a medical evacuation helicopter through the jungle foliage to pick up casualties during a five-day patrol of an area southwest of Hue, South Vietnam, April

Catherine Leroy. Many American soldiers along with male war correspondents were shocked to see Leroy in 1966 when she landed in Vietnam on a one-way ticket from Paris through Laos to Saigon, with her small Leica in hand. She was only 21 (or thereabouts) and her diminutive presence, at five feet tall and less than 90 pounds, didn’t match the profile of the average foreign war correspondent.

Cathrine Leroy Female Combat Photographer

French female photographer Catherine Leroy took some of the most famous Vietnam War pictures during the Khe Sanh Hill Fights, she passed away in 2006

Soldiers of the 101st Airborne Division carry a wounded buddy through the jungle in May 1966. Description from 2eyeswatching.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

The Vietnam War Tunnel Rats (Guest Blog)

Tunnel Rats - The "tunnel rats" were American, Australian and New Zealand soldiers who performed underground search and destroy missions during the Vietnam War.

Carlos Henriquez, Mass. State Rep., released on bail, denies kidnapping and assault accusations

Carlos Henriquez, Mass. State Rep., released on bail, denies kidnapping and assault accusations

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