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WO1 Schuster, CG NCO AIDE SFC Maness, CG Aide LT Erwin & LT Heck at  LZ English in 1968

WO1 Schuster, CG NCO AIDE SFC Maness, CG Aide LT Erwin & LT Heck at LZ English in 1968

Sergeant Charles B. Mawhinney: The deadliest sniper in United States Marine Corps History. He was credited with 103 confirmed enemy kills, and 216 probable kills during the Vietnam War.

He holds the record for the most confirmed kills by a USMC sniper, having recorded 103 confirmed kills and 216 “probable kills” in his 16 months of action.

Virtual Vietnam Veterans Wall of Faces | SAMUEL S TOLLIVER | ARMY

Great group pic of the Medical Platoon, battalion, Infantry (Airborne), Airborne Brigade taken at Vung Tau in 1965 a few weeks after they arrived in-country:

1st Bn, 9th Marines

A tribute to the Vietnam War. "No event in American history is more misunderstood than the Vietnam.

colonel-kurtz-official: “A Green Beret SFC in the bush with Royal Thai special forces ”

Tank 35, C/1/69 Armor, on strongpoint, Hwy 1 near LZ Uplift, late 1968.  Submission from a veteran. This is an M-48 Tank.

Patton tank, Armor, on strongpoint, Hwy 1 near LZ Uplift, late Submission from a veteran.

15 Oct 1967, Con Thien, Vietnam --- Picture shows Marines sitting on top of sandbag bunkers take a break to eat beans from a can, October, 15th, at the US Base near the DMZ which is the constrant target for Communist artillery. ~ Vietnam War

15 Oct Con Thien, Vietnam --- Picture shows Marines sitting on top of sandbag bunkers take a break to eat beans from a can, October, at the US Base near the DMZ which is the constant target for Communist artillery.

U1588921  23 Nov 1967, Hill 875, South Vietnam --- An Army chaplain administers Holy Communion to member of 173rd airborne brigade prior to final assault on Hill 875, located 15 miles southwest of Dak To. --- Image by © Bettmann/CORBIS

23 Nov Hill South Vietnam --- An Army chaplain administers Holy Communion to member of airborne brigade prior to final assault on Hill located 15 miles southwest of Dak To. --- Image by © Bettmann/CORBIS

US Soldiers line up for chow in Vietnam.

Vietnam and Hot chow. My husband, a Vietnam Vet, said the soldiers pictured here are the ones that served the hot meal. He also said at the beginning of the line there were boxes of hand grenades and ammunition for the soldiers to stock up on.

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