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Truong Huan-Luyen Khong Quan Viet-Nam

Viet Poster #6

Viet Poster #2

Viet Poster #1

"The Red Hand of Communism" and "The Red Hand of Communism reached out to destroy all the peoples of Southeast Asia

Viet Poster #5

Viet Poster #3

Viet Poster #4

Viet Poster #3

Viet Poster #4

Viet Poster #5

Viet Poster #1

Viet Poster #2

Viet Army Recruitment

Richard Nixon inspects troops in Vietnam during his Far East Tour

Viet Army Stops Snake

Stock Footage of Saigon

Stock Footage of Saigon
Stock Footage of Saigon

Richard Nixon stands with officials in South Vietnam

Richard Nixon and officials tour a facility during Nixon's trip to South Vietnam

President Lyndon B. Johnson Greeting Assembled Troops on the Deck of the USS Enterprise

Henry Cabot Lodge, US Ambassador to South Viet Nam, center, meets General Maxwell D. Taylor, USA, Chairman, Joint Chiefs of STAFF, and Secretary of Defense Robert S. McNamara, at the Pentagon

Vietnam Photo News No. T

Vietnam is Not Alone in the Fight Against Communism

Viet Cong Destroy Cao Dai Temple

Vietnam

Project Concern in Vietnam

Richard Nixon shakes the hand of a Vietnamese soldier in Chu Lai, South Vietnam. Commander Nguyen Chang Thi stands behind Nixon

President George W. Bush (right) applauds as Medal of Honor recipient LT. COL. Bruce Crandall (U.S. Army, ret.) kisses his wife, Arlene, in the East Room of the White House on Feb. 26, 2007. LT. COL. Crandall was awarded the Medal of Honor for his heroism as a U.S. Army 1ST Cavalry Division helicopter flight commander during the Vietnam War in November 1965. (DoD photo by Eric Draper, CIV) (Released)

The Republic of Vietnam Helps Refugees

The Battle of Ia Drang Valley, 1965

LT. COL. Bruce Crandall (U.S. Army, ret.) speaks during his induction into the Pentagon's Hall of Heroes on Feb. 27, 2007, the day after President George W. Bush awarded him the Medal of Honor for his heroism as a U.S. Army 1ST Cavalry Division helicopter flight commander during the Vietnam War in November 1965. (DoD photo by Eric Draper, CIV) (Released)

MOSCOW TO MEKONG: COMMUNIST AGGRESSION, 06/06/1965

Viet-Nam

Proof of Viet Cong Infiltration at Vung Ro Bay

Proof of Viet Cong Infiltration at Vung Ro Bay

Photograph of a Marine Landing at Danang, Vietnam

Man of the Month: Ho Chi Minh

Man of the Month: Ho Chi Minh
Man of the Month: Ho Chi Minh

Photograph of Specialist 4th Class McClanton Miller Kneeling in Dense Brush Waiting for Orders to Move Forward

Photograph of Troops Moving across a Rice Field in Search of Viet Cong

Photograph of Catholic Chaplain Captain Bruno Massoti Conducts Services for Troops during the Operation

Photograph of Members of the Long Range Reconnaissance Team Moving through Rough Terrain Searching for Viet Cong near Tuy Hoa

As the Kaman HH-43F Huskie (Pedro) hovers, AIRMAN First Class (A1C) William Hart Pitsenbarger, USAF, Pararescue Crew Member, Detachment 6, 38th Aerospace Rescue and Recovery Squadron (ARRS) lowered to the ground prepares a wounded Army of the Republic of Vietnam (ARVN) soldier for extraction from the burning minefield

AIRMAN First Class (A1C) William Hart Pitsenbarger, Pararescue Crew Member, Detachment 6, 38th Aerospace Rescue and Recovery Squadron (ARRS) lowered onto a roadway after an extraction of an Army of the Republic of Vietnam (ARVN) soldier from a burning minefield at Bien-Hoa Air Base for immediate medical attention

As the Kaman HH-43F Huskie (Pedro) hovers, AIRMAN First Class (A1C) William Hart Pitsenbarger, USAF, Pararescue Crew Member, Detachment 6, 38th Aerospace Rescue and Recovery Squadron (ARRS) is extracted while holding a wounded Army of the Republic of Vietnam (ARVN) soldier from the burning minefield

A minefield at Bien-Hoa Air Base in the Republic of Vietnam (RVN) on fire, somewhere in there an Army of the Republic of Vietnam (ARVN) soldier lies wounded after stepping on a land mine

Medics treat the blown of foot of an Army of the Republic of Vietnam (ARVN) soldier immediately after he was extracted from a burning minefield at Bien-Hoa Air Base in the Republic of Vietnam (RVM)

A Kaman HH-43F Huskie (Pedro) lowers AIRMAN First Class (A1C) William Hart Pitsenbarger, USAF, Pararescue Crew Member, Detachment 6, 38th Aerospace Rescue and Recovery Squadron (ARRS) into a burning minefield at Bien-Hoa Air Base in the Republic of Vietnam (RVN) for a helicopter extraction of a wounded Vietnamese Soldier. The soldier lost a foot when he stepped on a landmine. Nobody could figure out how to extract the wounded soldier without tripping the mines. A1C Pitsenbarger said, "No problem, just lower me down on the penetrator, Ill straddle the guy, pick him up, and then you can lift me up." Risky as everyone knew that the prop wash could also setoff the mines. A1C Pitsenbarger...

Photograph of 1st Lieutenant Ronald Baker being Evacuated

Secretary of Defense Robert S. McNamara, right, meets at the Pentagon with Jesus Vargas, secretary general of the Southeast Asia Treaty Organization (SEATO)

Photograph of a M-102, 105mm Howitzer Firing at Suspected Viet Cong

Gemini X Mission Image - Vietnam/China

Gemini X Mission Image - Vietnam

Gemini X Mission Image - North Vietnam/China

Gemini X Mission Image - Vietnam

Gemini X Mission Image - Vietnam/China

Gemini X Mission Image - North Vietnam

Gemini X Mission Image - China/Vietnam

Gemini X Mission Image - North Vietnam

Gemini X Mission Image - Vietnam/China

Technicians examine a disabled CH-34 Seahorse helicopter on the beach at Cua Viet

A starboard bow view of utility landing craft 1498 (LCU 1498) beached at Cua Viet. A US Navy lighter, amphibious, resupply cargo vehicle (LARC 5) comes ashore with a group of Marines after a run from Dong Ha

A view of 10,000-gallon fuel bladders at the Cua Viet bulk fuel area. The bladders are full when they are at a height of four feet. Sandbags will be installed around the bladders

The Highway 1 bridge over the Cam Lo (Cua Viet) River at Dong Ha

A Vietnamese navy patrol boat visits the Cua Viet facility. A machine gun is mounted on the bow of the boat

A bulk fuel area cook prepares steak dinners in Cua Viet. Perimeter bunkers are at the edge of the flooded rice paddy in the background

Vietnamese boats on the Cua Viet River

A Vietnamese houseboat on the Cam Lo (Cua Viet) River just east of the Dong Ha ramp

A mechanized landing craft 8 (LCM 8) (Hull No. 920) beached at the Cua Viet Marine bulk fuel unit. Inside the wooden craft in the cargo well is a 10,000-gallon fuel bladder that is used to shuttle fuel from Cua Viet to fuel supply facilities at Dong Ha. Utility landing craft 1498 (LCU 1498) is visible in the background

A Marine operates an M274 utility platform truck in the bulk fuel area at Cua Viet. The M274 is commonly referred to as a "mechanical mule."

A mechanized landing craft 8 (LCM 8) (Hull No. 927) beached at the Cua Viet Marine bulk fuel unit

Three US Marine Corps M50 "Ontos" tracked vehicles. Each Ontos carries six 106 mm recoiless rifles

A group of Marines gather at the Dong Ha ramp on the Cam Lo (Cua Viet) River. The bridge in the background carriers Highway 1 over the river

A view of 10,000-gallon fuel bladders at the Cua Viet bulk fuel area. The bladders are full when they are at a height of four feet. Sandbags will be installed around the bladders

A group of Marines walk to the shower unit in the bulk fuel area at Cua Viet. The shower consists of a 900-gallon bladder placed on top of walls made from stacked tank chests

A Vietnamese houseboat on the Cam Lo (Cua Viet) River just east of the Dong Ha ramp

Two Marines swim in the non-potable water supply pond dug by seabees at Cua Viet

A view of 10,000-gallon fuel bladders at the Cua Viet bulk fuel area

A view of 10,000-gallon fuel bladders at the Cua Viet bulk fuel area

A Marine-built shower unit in the bulk fuel area at Cua Viet. The shower consists of two piped-together 55-gallon drums heated by an immersion heater and placed on top of walls made from stacked tank chests. The drums are fed from the 900-gallon bladder on the ground at left

A view of 10,000-gallon fuel bladders at the Cua Viet bulk fuel area. A 350-gallon-per-minue fuel pump is in the foreground

Vietnamese Hac Boa Troops

Vietnamese Hac Boa Troops
Vietnamese Hac Boa Troops

Vietnam War Protesters, Wichita, Kansas

Ho Chi Minh City - Warehouse - 1967

Ho Chi Minh City - Warehouse - 1967

A sequence of reconnaissance photos of the different stages of the Hanoi/Doumer highway-railroad bridge, 1.7 miles northeast of Hanoi after an air strike. The top photo shows the bridge with one span dropped after the Aug. 11 strike. The middle print reveals the span repaired on Oct. 21 and the last photo shows the two spans dropped during the raids on Oct. 25

LGEN William W. Momyer receives his fourth star from GEN William C. Westmoreland, left, and GEN Creighton W. Abrams, right, commander, and deputy commander, U.S. Forces, Vietnam. Momyer, deputy commander, air operations, U.S. Military Assistance Command, Vietnam (MACV), and commander, 7th Air Force, was nominated for the rank by President Lyndon B. Johnson

Air Force SSGT John D. Hoehn, a life support equipment specialist assigned to the 12th Tactical Fighter Wing, tests the signal of the survival radio used by fighter pilots when shot down

Air Force HH-3E Jolly Green Giant helicopters are used to rescue pilots downed in Vietnam or the South China Sea. Flown by the 3rd Aerospace Rescue and Recovery Group, the rescue craft cruises at speeds up to 155 mph and is capable of in-flight refueling

Ho Chi Minh City - Warehouse - 1967

An A-1H Skyraider aircraft is lifted to a barge, the first step in becoming combat ready

MAJ Anthony J. Sheehan, front, and CAPT James R. McNeil, F-100 Super Sabre aircraft pilots, spring from an alert hut to their awaiting strike aircraft

Task Force Oregon

Task Force Oregon
Task Force Oregon

Ho Chi Minh City - Warehouse - 1967

Ho Chi Minh City - Warehouse - 1967

AN air-to-air right side view of a U.S. Air Force 0-1E Bird Dog aircraft. The aircraft is used as a forward air control aircraft throughout South Vietnam. The forward air controller (FAC) spots suspected enemy strongholds and fires smoke rockets to mark the target for strike aircraft. Following a strike the FAC assesses bomb damage

F-105D Thunderchief aircraft are refueled on their way to North Vietnam targets by a KC-135 Stratotanker aircraft. The Thunderchiefs are being used to check the flow of North Vietnamese supplies and troops into the south. They interdict supply routes and destroy trucks and rolling stock

Vietnam War Protesters, Wichita, Kansas

The U.S. Air Force AC-47 Dragon aircraft flies missions over South Vietnam in support of allied outposts

Ho Chi Minh City - Warehouse - 1967

A fully-loaded C-47 Skytrain aircraft is poised on the flight line prior to takeoff on a night flare drop mission. Members of the Vietnamese air force (VNAF), 33rd Tactical Wing, work side by side with U.S. Air Force Advisory Team-1 (AFAT) personnel to provide flarelight for allied ground security forces and Air Force air-to-ground tactical air support operations