The back of a Marine’s flak jacket during the Vietnam War.  Khe Sahn, South Vietnam - February 21, 1968.

Khe Sanh, in southern Vietnam, had the heaviest rocket and artillery attacks from the North Vietnamese troops. Here is a message from a Marine stationed there in Horst Faas

1967 -Con Thien, South Vietnam...at the forward Marine artillery base which has been mercilessly pounded by North Vietnamese big guns,Cpl. Billy Winn of Cabot Arkansas.......

13 Oct Con Thien, South Vietnam — Humor Under Fire. Con Thien, South Vietnam: At the forward Marine artillery base here which has been mercilessly pounded by North Vietnamese big guns, Cpl.

Freelance woman war correspondent Jurate Kazickas, from New Rochelle, N.Y., comforts a wounded U.S. Marine after he was hit near the South Vietnamese village of Con Thien, July 4, 1967.  The Marines were moving into an area near the demilitarized zone to recover Marine bodies when they were hard hit by North Vietnamese in the Vietnam War.  (AP Photo/Henri Huet)

Freelance woman war correspondent Jurate Kazickas, comforts a wounded U. Marine after he was hit near the South Vietnamese village of Con Thien, July

April 4, 1968 near Khe Sanh, South Vietnam - 1st Cavalry soldiers, many with head wounds, wait to be evacuated from a hilltop along Route 9 during their advance toward Khe Sanh. #VietnamWarMemories

04 Apr Near Khe Sanh pocket,South Vietnam --- Khe Sanh, South Vietnam- First cavalry men, many with head wounds, wait to be evacuated from a hilltop along route during their advance toward Khe Sanh.

Don't mess with our #Veterans!

Obama pissed off veterans. He has no respect for them at all, or anybody else for that matter! God bless the USA!

Vietnam War 9th Infantry Division "Old Reliables                                                                                                                                                      More

Sgt Harry Jackson- Tan An- Artillery Fire Base- Infantry Division- Vietnam (my father)

02/23,1945.  In this image, six servicemen (from left to right: Ira Hayes, Franklin Sousley, Michael Strank, John Bradlley, Rene Gagnon, Mostly hidden, and Harlon Block) appear to struggle to raise a flag during the Battle of Ivo Jima in World WarII.

We've All Seen These Iconic Photos. Here's The Remarkable Footage That Brings Them To Life.

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