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Vietnam War Photos 1966 1967 | Vietnam Series | Ronald D. Corbin

Vietnam War Photos 1966 1967 | Vietnam Series | Ronald D. Corbin

Freelance woman war correspondent Jurate Kazickas, from New Rochelle, N.Y., comforts a wounded U.S. Marine after he was hit near the South Vietnamese village of Con Thien, July 4, 1967.  The Marines were moving into an area near the demilitarized zone to recover Marine bodies when they were hard hit by North Vietnamese in the Vietnam War.  (AP Photo/Henri Huet)

Freelance woman war correspondent Jurate Kazickas, comforts a wounded U. Marine after he was hit near the South Vietnamese village of Con Thien, July

. . . "the face of war" . . . © Larry Burrows 1965 LCpl. James C. Farley of the Marine Medium Helicopter Squadron 163, Danang, Vietnam

James C. Farley of the Marine Medium Helicopter Squadron Danang - - Larry Burrows 1965

Carrying a guitar and a M16 rifle, a Marine waits at a landing strip for a flight out of Khe Sanh, February 25th, 1968.  It was the era of Rock & Roll and more people turned up for James Brown at the yearly USO extravaganza, than for Bob Hope.

Carrying a guitar and a rifle, a Marine waits at a landing strip for a flight out of Khe Sanh, Vietnam, February It was the era of Rock & Roll and more people turned up for James Brown at the yearly USO extravaganza, than for Bob Hope.

Philip Jones Griffith: Vietnam, 1967.  In an attempt to impose the American value system on the Vietnamese, the Marines concluded operations called, in Orwellian Newspeak, “county fairs.” Villagers were taught how to wash their children, made to watch Disney films on hygiene, had their teeth pulled, were given real toilets with seats, and were introduced to filter tips.

Philip Jones Griffith: Vietnam, 1967 “ In an attempt to impose the American value system on the Vietnamese, the Marines concluded operations called, in Orwellian Newspeak, “county fairs.

The Marine Corps Hymn, March

The Marine Corps Hymn, March ~ Semper Fidelis ~ Oorah Baby! ~ RADICAL Rational Americans Defending Individual Choice And Liberty

"An exhausted Marine finds refuge inside a church in An Hoa during a heavy North Vietnamese mortar attack in 1967. The Marines were forced to use the church as a hospital and morgue." - UPI from files PHOTO BY FRANK JOHNSTON 11-2-72

"An exhausted Marine finds refuge inside a church in An Hoa during a heavy North Vietnamese mortar attack in The Marines were forced to use the church as a hospital and morgue." - UPI from files PHOTO BY FRANK JOHNSTON

A Very Large, Rare Orange Melo Pearl, the Melo melo is the marine snail that produces orange pearls the colour of a ripe papaya. Orange and pink pearls do not have a layer of calcium carbonate, instead they display a porcelain-like surface. It is found in the deep water of Halong Bay (Bay of Dragons), along the northern coast of Vietnam, and although edible, is not typically fished for food

Very Large Melo Pearl (Saltwaters near Vietnam) de l'album Gemmes & Gemmologie : Relatively unknown in the West, even George Kunz’s.

R. Lee Ermey  God Bless the Marines

Lee Ermey God Bless the Marines. A true Marine to the Core (Corps)!

Dale Dye -  author, actor, businessman, and retired USMC Captain who surviving 31 major combat operations in Vietnam. He is highly decorated, including three Purple Hearts.

Here’s how Hollywood legend Dale Dye earned the Bronze Star for heroism in Vietnam

Profile of Marine with rifle, with helmet bearing God inscription and can opener.

A Marine at Con Thien wears his faith, alongside earthly goods, on his helmet. September/October “To every Marine on that hilltop the Lord always seemed nearby.” War Without Heroes, Photo by David Douglas Duncan

Long before Chris Kyle penned “American Sniper,” Carlos Hathcock was already a legend. He taught himself to shoot as a boy, as did Alvin York and Audie Murphy before him. He had dreame…

Gunny Carlos “White Feather” Hathcock II 20 May 1942 - 23 February 1999 USMC Sniper with 93 confirmed kills

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