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U.S. artillerymen relax under a crudely made peace flag at the Laotian border in 1971. The gunners were giving covering fire for South Vietnamese troops operating inside Laos.

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U.S. artillerymen relax under a crudely made peace flag at the Laotian border in 1971. The gunners were giving covering fire for South Vietnamese troops operating inside Laos.

South Vietnam, December 24, 1970: Just in from the field, soldiers from D Company, 1st Battalion, 506th Infantry relax at a landing zone near Forward Support Base Jack before moving on to Camp Evans for a Christmas treat of a shower, mail call and a hot meal. (Dan Evans ©Stars and Stripes) #history #VietnamWar #Vietnam #military

South Vietnam, December 24, 1970: Just in from the field, soldiers from D Company, 1st Battalion, 506th Infantry relax at a landing zone near Forward Support Base Jack before moving on to Camp Evans for a Christmas treat of a shower, mail call and a hot meal. (Dan Evans ©Stars and Stripes) #history #VietnamWar #Vietnam #military

There is little time for cleanliness or relaxation at Charlie Med, the makeshift hospital of Company, 3rd Marine Medical Battalion, handling the wounded at Khe Sanh, Vietnam, March 8, 1968. Doctors, working in the cramped area under continuous battle conditions, make daily life and death decisions in determining the order of who receives treatment for wounds. Using instruments and medicines stored in empty Howitzer cases, Dr. Joseph W. Wolfe, Rutledge, Tenn., center, works on a wounded…

There is little time for cleanliness or relaxation at Charlie Med, the makeshift hospital of Company, 3rd Marine Medical Battalion, handling the wounded at Khe Sanh, Vietnam, March 8, 1968. Doctors, working in the cramped area under continuous battle conditions, make daily life and death decisions in determining the order of who receives treatment for wounds. Using instruments and medicines stored in empty Howitzer cases, Dr. Joseph W. Wolfe, Rutledge, Tenn., center, works on a wounded…

U.S. artillerymen relax under a crudely made peace flag at the Laotian border in 1971. In February 1971, U.S. and South Vietnamese troops invaded southern Laos in an effort to stop North Vietnamese supply routes. This action, ordered by President Nixon, was done without consent of Congress, and it led to more anti-war protests.

U.S. artillerymen relax under a crudely made peace flag at the Laotian border in 1971. In February 1971, U.S. and South Vietnamese troops invaded southern Laos in an effort to stop North Vietnamese supply routes. This action, ordered by President Nixon, was done without consent of Congress, and it led to more anti-war protests.

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