Vietnam Vets

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Vietnam war - Carlos Hathcock was a United States Marine Corps Gunnery Sergeant sniper with a service record of 93 confirmed kills.

GySgt Carlos Hathcock, 93 confirmed kills and countless unconfirmed kills

Lots of war pups! Cone, holds a puppy that nipped him as he groped about in a cave entrance on a river bank in Lam Dong Province, Vietnam, July 1966

 Robert D. Adams screams in the cool refreshing Okinawan waters American War, American Soldiers, American History, Vietnam History, Vietnam War Photos, Robert D, My War, North Vietnam, Vietnam Veterans

Crying out Unhappyness,curse, and Anger ! But he need desparative courage, patience, and positive mind for overcome many unwanted those matters of thwe World ! --Please, Help him,God ! in Vietnam War.

When the guy's came home they were treated like war criminals baby killers because of the news media and life magazines at made the veterans look like barbarians when they were only doing their job to stay alive.

When the guy's came home they were treated like war criminals baby killers because of the news media and life magazines at made the veterans look like barbarians when they were only doing their job to stay alive.....!!!!!

This is a picture of the type of tactics they used in the Vietnam war. The soldiers would shoot out of helicopters at the opposing side. The use of helicopters was very popular during the Vietnam War because it gave the sides an advantage. Vietnam History, Vietnam War Photos, North Vietnam, Vietnam Veterans, Air Vietnam, Military Helicopter, Military Aircraft, American War, American History

Hot landing zones were always bad, not getting killed there was the good part.SamKey Vietnam

Kind of explains it self.

Kind of explains it self.

A tribute to the Vietnam War. "No event in American history is more misunderstood than the Vietnam. Vietnam War Photos, North Vietnam, Vietnam Veterans, Vietnam Protests, Honor Veterans, Vietnam Image, War Photography, Usmc, World History

The Vietnam War Era

“I’m not a tourist, I live here,” written on the helmet of a US Marine at Khe Sanh, 1968.

Original Vietnam Zippo 1968 US Army WOW very race , vietnam war , U.S army Vietnam War

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God Bless America, truth in numbers . they didn't die, they just went upstairs to guide us even more today!

Real-life heroes don't all wear capes and diffuse bombs. These eight people saved the world in snap-decisions or through years of hard work.

♤ Nighthawk