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Pith helmet (North Viet Nam). A lightweight cloth-covered helmet made of cork or pith was popular with military in Europe's tropical colonies since 1870. During the Anglo-Zulu War, British troops dyed their white pith helmets with tea, mud, or other makeshift means of camouflage. White (sometimes light blue) sun helmets of plastic material are still worn by some U.S. Postal Service mail carriers.

Pith helmet (North Viet Nam). A lightweight cloth-covered helmet made of cork or pith was popular with military in Europe's tropical colonies since 1870. During the Anglo-Zulu War, British troops dyed their white pith helmets with tea, mud, or other makeshift means of camouflage. White (sometimes light blue) sun helmets of plastic material are still worn by some U.S. Postal Service mail carriers.

An M-163 Vulcan fires into the brush to flush out enemy troops along Highway 13 in Vietnam.    The M-163 Vulcan was a modified M-113 Armored Personnel Carrier with an M-61 Vulcan Air Defense System turret.    Photo taken: January 1969

Vietname War - An Vulcan fires into the brush to flush out enemy troops along Highway 13 in Vietnam. The Vulcan was a modified Armored Personnel Carrier with an Vulcan Air Defense System turret. Photo taken: January 1969

Larry Burrows - One Ride with Yankee Papa 13 - 1965 — “Farley, unable to leave his gun position until is out of enemy range, stares in shock at co-pilot, Lieutenant Magel, on the floor.

A blast from the past for all veterans. Miss World from Bob Hopes's 1967 Vietnam tour.

Soldier kisses Miss World, Madeleine Hartog Bell, during lthe USO Bob Hope Show at the Division's Camp Enari near Pleiku, Vietnam in

Viet Cong Women | Đăng bởi Hai Hoang Van vào Thứ bảy, ngày 12 tháng một ...

Viet Cong Women | Đăng bởi Hai Hoang Van vào Thứ bảy, ngày 12 tháng một ...

World War One Battlefields : About

Visiting the battlefields of the First World War on the Western Front - how to get there, where to stay and what to see

M2 halftrack of 1st ArmDiv, probably a command vehicle with lots of great stowage! Tunisia, 1943.

halftrack of ArmDiv, probably a command vehicle with lots of great stowage! Tunisia, Pin by Paolo Marzioli

Vietnamese Soldier Smiling and Making the Peace Sign

Memories of my visit at the 24th Evac Hospital

This South Vietnamese soldier might be said to be a picture of optimism as he takes a break during an operation in the Bac Binh Vuong area recently

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History is filled with accounts on wars and battles. From the history that we have read, it is obvious that great wars spanned over many years and took countless lives while affecting other billions of people.

Supporting Image 2 The Sino-Vietnamese War was short war between China and Vietnam over border control. Jian was a soldier during the time of the war but never went on the front lines. I chose this photo to help put Jian's artwork into context.

Supporting Image 2 The Sino-Vietnamese War was short war between China and Vietnam over border control. Jian was a soldier during the time of the war but never went on the front lines. I chose this photo to help put Jian's artwork into context.

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