Military Police Squad from the 173rd Airborne Brigade
October or so, 1969, LZ (Landing Zone) North English, Main Gate, MP Squad, 173rd Airborne Brigade, Vietnam — with Jerry Doyle, ARVN Sgt Long, KIA July 70, Paul Hurst, Sergeant Bell, House Boy, John Herron and Terry Smith. Photo by Jerry W. Colwell
Soldiers burying the dead after attack on Camp Frenzell-Jones. L-R: Unknown, Jim Pence, Art Mearue(?), Chuck Scott, Larry Merryman (kneeling), Chuck Hopkins, unk, Frank Vallone (gloves), Al "Chief" Curo. Photo restored by Dan Fox.
Medics Carry the Body of a Dead South Vietnamese Officer
ARVN medics carry the body of a dead South Vietnamese officer from the French National Cemetery where a firefight was taking place. This action was part of what later became known as the Post-Tet Offensive of the May Offensive of 1968. 6 May 1968 - Photo by SP4 Bryan Grigsby (DASPO)
This picture is the extraction of the body of a US paratrooper killed in action (KIA) in the jungle near the Cambodian border is lifted up to an evacuation helicopter in War Zone C on May 14, 1966. The zone, encompassing the city of Tay Ninh and the surrounding area north of Saigon, was the site of the Viet Cong's headquarters in South Vietnam. Photo by Henri Huet.
Soldiers Helping Soldiers During a Fire Fight in Hue, Southern Vietnam
As fellow troopers aided wounded buddies, a paratrooper of A Company, 101st 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 1968. This photograph is featured on the cover of the Associated Press' book 'Vietnam: The Real War.'