Injured Vietnamese Receive Aid After Bomb Explosion Outside U.S. Embassy in Saigon
Injured Vietnamese receive aid as they lie on the street after a bomb explosion outside the U.S. Embassy in Saigon, Vietnam, March 30, 1965. Smoke rises from wreckage in the background. At least two Americans and several Vietnamese were killed in the bombing.
Water-filled bomb craters from B-52 strikes against the Viet Cong mark the rice paddies and orchards west of Saigon, Vietnam, 1966. Most of the area had been abandoned by the peasants who used to farm on the land.
01 Jan 1966, Vietnam: In this 1966 photo, water-filled bomb craters from B-52 strikes against the Viet Cong mark the rice paddies and orchards, west of Saigon, Vietnam. B-52s were one arm of the nuclear deterrent force during the Cold War and were used in the carpet-bombings of North Vietnam. During the 1991 Gulf War, they dropped 40 percent of the ordnance on Iraq. Photo by Henri Huet KIA Feb. 10 1971 over Laos.
Aerial view of a napalm strike. Photo by David Adams, a Cobra pilot in the gun group during the years 1970-1971 with the Scout Platoon, D Troop, 1st Squadron, 1st Cavalry Regiment. 1969-1970. Courtesy of Mike Gustin. http://www.dtroop.com/