Packages Which Contain the Remains of South Vietnamese Civilians Who Were Murdered by the NVA
"The small cloth-wrapped packages on these schoolroom desks contain the skeletons of South Vietnamese civilians murdered by the Communists in 1968 and just discovered April 6, 1971 in shallow graves near Trung Thien hamlet, 10 miles (16 kilometers) north of Hue." Photo by Douglas Pike.
Captured North Vietnamese Army (NVA) supplies. "All pictures were taken while I was with the Korean 9th Inf Div out of Ninh Hoa, Vietnam. When SF was sent back to the states I was transferred to the ROK (Republic of Korea) 9th as NCOIC. I participated in several missions. The pictures were taken on my last mission, when all 3 regiments went into the mountains for 3 weeks." -Vietnam Veteran. Photo Taken 1970-71 by Tony Kristol.
Military Policeman of the Army of the Republic of Vietnam (ARVN) Carries an Elderly Woman to Safety
ARVN Troops Flush NVA Viet Cong Infiltrators From Saigon Area - A military policeman of the Army of the Republic of Vietnam (ARVN) carries an elderly woman to safety during fighting in the Cholon section of Saigon (June 1, 1968) between Government troops and North Vietnamese Army (NVA) and Viet Cong infiltrators.
C-130 Landing at Khe Sanh Under Fire, "Getting there was half the story." U.S Air Force and Navy Jets put down a line of defensive fire as they engage in the protection of a C-130 transport preparing for departure from the Marine base at Khe Sanh. Enemy forces were spotted moving along a mountainside in full view of the base just after the C-130 landed a load of ammunition. Air strikes were called in and the enemy's apparent plan to destroy the aircraft and its cargo was foiled U.S. Air Force photo.
Extraction of female NVA (North Vietnamese Army) POW. Photo by Mariano Guzman who served as one of D-Troop's "Blues" while serving with D-Troop, 1st Squadron, 1st Cavalry Regiment. 1969-1970. courtesy of Mike Gustin.
Captured North Vietnamese Army (NVA) supplies. "All pictures were taken while I was with the Korean 9th Inf Div out of Ninh Hoa, Vietnam. When SF was sent back to the states I was transferred to the ROK 9th as NCOIC. I participated in several missions. The pictures were taken on my last mission, when all 3 regiments went into the mountains for 3 weeks," -Vietnam Veteran. Photo Taken 1970-71 courtesy of Tony Kristol.
South Vietnamese Refugees Fleeing From the North Vietnamese Army
South Vietnamese refugees fleeing from the North Vietnamese Army (NVA) being evacuated in a RAAF 36 Squadron C-130A Hercules transport aircraft in April 1975. At the end of March 1975, the Australian government provided two RAAF transport aircraft to evacuate some of the South Vietnamese civilians trapped in cities in the path of the NVA advance. In all, seven C-130s (five from the South Vietnamese Air Force) evacuated refugees from Phan Rang airport south of the city of Nha Trang, to the safer town of Can Tho, approximately 150 kilometres southwest of Saigon. This aircraft was piloted and captained by Flt Lt Brian Geoffrey Young, 36 Sqn. During the next few days, Flt Lt Young and his crew made humanitarian flights to a refugee camp at An Thoi, bringing in food, blankets, tents and other items from Saigon.
Marine Fashions the U.S. flag in Preparation to Hoist it Over the Citadel, in the Imperial City
A U.S. Marine fashions the flag of his country to make a shirt staff in preparation to hoist it over the citadel in the Imperial city of Hue following 24 days of continuous battle for the prized objective during the Tet offensive by communist forces. Photo by Douglas Pike.