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Three men and a 15,000 lb Daisy Cutter bomb (BLU-82) http://wrhstol.com/291KOj1

Three men and a 15,000 lb Daisy Cutter bomb (BLU-82) http://wrhstol.com/291KOj1

MOAB, Known as the “Mother of All Bombs” it’s technical name is the Massive Ordinance Air Blast. It is the most powerful non-nuclear bomb ever created by the US military.

MOAB, Known as the “Mother of All Bombs” it’s technical name is the Massive Ordinance Air Blast. It is the most powerful non-nuclear bomb ever created by the US military.

A helicopter door gunner firing an M134 7.62×51mm NATO caliber "Minigun" in Vietnam, a hydraulically or pneumatically driven, six-barrel, air-cooled, electrically-fired Gatling-style rotary cannon which fires rounds at an extremely high rate, typically 6,000 rounds per minute.

A helicopter door gunner firing an M134 7.62×51mm NATO caliber "Minigun" in Vietnam, a hydraulically or pneumatically driven, six-barrel, air-cooled, electrically-fired Gatling-style rotary cannon which fires rounds at an extremely high rate, typically 6,000 rounds per minute.

Tunnel Duty. The tunnel rats were among the bravest in Vietnam, doing a job that not many others could, or would care to do.

Tunnel Duty. The tunnel rats were among the bravest in Vietnam, doing a job that not many others could, or would care to do.

Vietcong planting IED. Difficult to fight a war when your enemy knows the landscape better than you.

Vietcong planting IED. Difficult to fight a war when your enemy knows the landscape better than you.

A member of the Air Cav Div eats a turkey drumstick while having Thanksgiving in the field. 10 Nov 1967.

A member of the Air Cav Div eats a turkey drumstick while having Thanksgiving in the field. 10 Nov 1967.

A US soldier after a 6-day patrol in the Da Nang region of Vietnam, 1968.

A US soldier after a 6-day patrol in the Da Nang region of Vietnam, 1968.

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