Navy chaplain gives comfort to a wounded member of the U. Marine Regiment at the site of the mining of a convoy truck on Highway One, outside Quang Tri City Oct. Three marines were wounded in the blast.
Army medical personnel administer a plasma transfusion to a wounded comrade, who survived when his landing craft went down off the coast of Normandy, France, in the early days of the Allied landing operations in June 1944
Cette photo a été prise le jour J, le 6 Juin, 1944. Gen. Barton (centre) est au premier poste de commandement de la 4e division d' infanterie sur Utah Beach. Barton émet des ordres pour le déploiement du 746e bataillon de chars. Photo et légende de courtoisie du 1er Bataillon, 22ème (www.1-22infantry.org)
25 Apr Quang Tri, South Vietnam --- A newly cleared area near Quang Tri serves as an outside chapel as members of the US cavalry hold services for comrades who had been killed in the area. Conducting services is Chaplain James Ware of Mansfield, Ohio.
It's a Jungle out There Chaplain kneels as he prays over the covered bodies of two U. Marines killed by Viet Cong fire Dec. The Marines were killed during a patrol of Operation Meade River, 15 miles south of Danang.