Hovering U.S. Army helicopters pour machine gun fire into a tree line to cover the advance of South Vietnamese ground troops in March 1965. The troops were moving to attack a Viet Cong camp northwest of Saigon near the Cambodian border
The Late Horst Faas Risked Everything To Get These Gritty Wartime Shots
.V C booby trap. will cover this with camouflage tarp with leafs anybody not paying attention watching the ground would fall into this trap would be dead. If the bamboo sticks didn't kill you the poisined tips would. most Ricky tick
U.S. troops aboard a landing craft head for the beaches during Operation Torch of the North African Campaign. Operation Torch was the joint British and American planned invasion (with additional support from soldiers and sailors of Free France, the Netherlands, Canada and Australia) of Axis-held French North African territories. Oran, Algeria. 8 November 1942.
Rare Color Film And Photos Cast D-Day In A Completely New Light