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39 Photos That Captured the Human Side of the Vietnam War

Dog Tags of the 58,211 American Services personnel who died in the Vietnam War hanging from the ceiling of the National Vietnam Veterans Art Museum    https://www.facebook.com/MarineCorpsLife

Dog tags of the American service personnel who died in the Vietnam War hang from the ceiling of the National Vietnam Veterans Art Museum on Veterans Day, Thursday Nov. 2010 in Chicago, Illinois MILITARY HEROES

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A booby trap is a device set up to be triggered by an unsuspecting victim. As the word trap implies, they often have some form of bait designed to lure the victim towards it. The device is triggere…

Dan Rather regales Yahoo Travel with travel stories while on a river cruise.

Dan Rather’s Hair-Raising Travel Tales

LLANTO, Cortesia de "Guerra y Paz" Blog de Carlos Gimeno.

In a supply shack, hands covering his face, an exhausted, worn James Farley gives way to grief/ Larry Burrows One Ride with Yankee Papa 13 1965 Photo Essay © Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images

Helicopter with bay door open, bodies on stretchers on the airstrip, and Marines carrying bodies toward the helicopter.

David Douglas Duncan (born January is an American photojournalist who is best known for his dramatic combat photographs.

C7/17 Cav. While Joe Laehu's team salvages rotors from a downed Scout the Blues provide, security, 1968.

Vietnam War - While a recovery team salvages rotors from a downed Loach, soldiers provide security.

10 of the Greatest 'Life' Magazine Covers

10 of the Greatest ‘Life’ Magazine Covers of All Time

Developed around the concept of "air assault", the 1st Cavalry Division (Airmobile) was the first to use this theory in combat. Tested at Fort Benning, Georgia and proven in Vietnam, the 1st Cavalry Division (Airmobile) quickly became a highly effective unit.

Developed around the concept of "air assault", the Cavalry Division (Airmobile) was the first to use this theory in combat. Tested at Fort Benning, Georgia and proven in Vietnam, the Cavalry Division (Airmobile) quickly became a highly effective unit.