E-Troop 17th Cavalry, LZ Uplift.It was the base of operations for the 1st Bn 69th Armor. It was also home to an artillery battery and a battalion of the 1/503rd of the 173rd Airborne. There was a Duster battery from the 4th/60th Artillery (Anti-Aircraft) located here as well as artillery from the 7th/15th Artillery, and the 7th/13th Artillery., Jan/Feb of 1970. Photo by Jerry W. Colwell
U.S. Army soldiers Bob Lund, Billy Pepper, and Smitty with Vietnamese children. October 1965. Photo by Bob Lund, 6th Battalion, 14th Artillery Regiment. Photo by Bob Lund, 6th Battalion, 14th Artillery Regiment, RVN 1965.
Relieved Centurion Crews of C Squadron, 1st Armoured Regiment
Having driven from Nui Dat, a journey of some 120 kilometres through hostile territory and across ten bailey bridges, none of which were rated to carry the weight of a 54 ton tank, relieved Centurion crews of C Squadron, 1st Armoured Regiment, arrive at Coral on the afternoon of 23 May 1968.
Two Members of C Company, 9RAR, Move Through Thick Jungle During Operation Surfside
Two members of C company, 9RAR, move through thick jungle during Operation Surfside. A Centurion tank from B Squadron, 1st Armoured Regiment, Royal Australian Armoured Corps (RAAC), follows in support, 18 April 1969.
Two Members of C Company, 9RAR, During Operation Surfside
Two members of C company, 9RAR, move through thick jungle during Operation Surfside. A Centurion tank from B Squadron, 1st Armored Regiment, Royal Australian Armored Corps (RAAC), follows in support, April 18, 1969.
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.
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.