South Vietnam, An Lo, 1972. A Soviet made T.54 tank decorated with the skull of a North Vietnamese soldier, after the attack on the city of An Loc. American and South Vietnamese wounded are taken to a nearby medical center. Photograph by Bruno Barbey.
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.
Vietnam Veterans Memorial - Angel Fire, NM. "I took this picture in 2010 while in Angel Fire for a family reunion. Came out pretty good, if I do say so myself." -Milt Brown. Photo by Milt Brown. Aaron Brown remarks: "I had never heard of the monument. It's tremendous." Gary L. O'Neal comments: "Didn't know it was out there either. The sound of a Huey is different from any sounds you will ever hear. That bird took us into battle and out of harms way. That sound I will never forget and the men that flu them. God bless all the men that fought in that war and the ladies that helped keep us alive. The nurse's and the Red Cross ladies as we call Donut Dollie's. The most intense war in history."