“The effects of just one month spent in a Viet Cong prison camp show on 23-year-old Le Van Than, who had defected from the Communist forces and joined the Government side, was recaptured by the Viet Cong and deliberately starved”, 1966. Photo by Ken Howser
Vietnamese Marines Fight Communist Infiltrators in Gia Dinh
Vietnamese Marines fight communist infiltrators in Gia Dinh. ARVN marines advance toward dug in Viet Cong troops in Gia Dinh three miles northeast of the Presidential Palace in Saigon, June 5, 1968. The combat-hardened Marines carry gas masks. The tank in the background suffered some damage the previous day from communist gunfire. The man on the left carries a 57mm recoilless rifle into battle. Photo by Douglas Pike.
Women Wounded in Hue During the Communist Tet Offensive in the Imperial City
ARVN forces and civilians aid a women wounded in Hue during the Communist TET Offensive in the imperial city. Hundreds of thousands of civilians were killed, wounded, crippled, or left homeless in the communist so-called "liberation" movement. Photo by Douglas Pike
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.