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Jan Shodin Del Bone
POW-MIA Bracelets from the Vietnam Nam war . The name on the bracelet was a military personnel that went missing or became a prisoner of war. The bracelet would be removed only when the person, whose name is on the bracelet, come home or was found. Laos, My Childhood Memories, Great Memories, 1970 Style, Before I Forget, Baby Boomer, My Generation, We Are The World, Thats The Way

POW/MIA bracelets, Vietnam and Palin's son

POW/MIA bracelets, Vietnam and Palin's son

05 Jun Con Thien, South Vietnam --- A tank is piled high with American dead as men of the Marines remove the bodies of their fallen comrades from battlefield. --- Image by © Bettmann/CORBIS ~ Vietnam War Vietnam History, Vietnam War Photos, American War, American History, American Soldiers, Usmc, Marines, My War, North Vietnam

Cồn Thiên, Quảng Trị 5-6-1967 - Thu gom xác binh lính Mỹ tử trận

05 Jun 1967, Con Thien, South Vietnam --- A tank is piled high with American dead as men of the 9th Marines remove the bodies of their fallen comrades from battlefield. --- Image by © Bettmann/CORBIS

Three Soldiers Statue at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, Washington, DC Washington Dc, We Are The World, Vietnam War, Danang Vietnam, Vietnam Travel, God Bless America, Military History, Military Humor, American History

Vietnam Memorial Statue

The Three Soldiers statue stands near the Vietnam Veterens Memorial. The sculpture was designed by Frederick Hart, who stated, "I see the wall as a kind of ocean, a sea of sacrifice that is overwhelming and nearly incomprehensible in the sweep of names. I place these figures upon the shore of that sea, gazing upon it, standing vigil before it, reflecting the human face of it, the human heart."

Vietnam War soldier helping out another soldier who is wounded Vietnam War Photos, North Vietnam, Vietnam Veterans, Hanoi Vietnam, American War, American History, American Soldiers, History Magazine, Indochine

Archival Television Audio - Vietnam War (1961-1968)

The largest vintage television audio archive in the world.

Former Vietnam Prisoners of War cheer as their aircraft takes off for home in February, "Operation Homecoming" - see archives.gov to find more pix Iftar, Philippines, Pakistan, Rare Historical Photos, Vietnam War Photos, North Vietnam, Hanoi Vietnam, Thing 1, Prisoners Of War

Finding Aids: Reference Information Paper 90 Table of Contents

Reference Information Paper 90 A Finding Aid to Records Relating to American Prisoners of War and Missing in Action from the Vietnam War Era, 1960-1994 [table striped="true" responsive="true"] Hanoi, North Vietnam. American servicemen, former prisoners of war, are cheering as their aircraft takes off from an airfield near Hanoi as part of Operation Homecoming, February 1973. (NAIL Control No.

A young American Marine during the early stages of the Vietnam War. Da Nang, South Vietnam - August (Look at his young face. Boys sent to war. Photo Vietnam, Vietnam War Photos, South Vietnam, Vietnam Veterans, Danang Vietnam, Vietnam History, Da Nang, Palawan, Marine Corps

Picturesofwar.net

Find Cash Advance, Debt Consolidation and more at Picturesofwar.net. Get the best of Insurance or Free Credit Report, browse our section on Cell Phones or learn about Life Insurance. Picturesofwar.net is the site for Cash Advance.

US soldiers ~ Vietnam War Vietnam History, Vietnam War Photos, American War, American History, Usmc, Marines, North Vietnam, Vietnam Veterans, Vietnam Protests

How war wounds can scar the mind for ever: WHAT IT IS LIKE TO GO TO WAR BY KARL MARLANTES

Lieutenant Karl Marlantes came back from the battlefields of Vietnam with a chest full of medals for bravery, a body ripped by shrapnel and a mind struggling to find some meaning in his searing experiences, says PHILIP JACOBSON

Jeremiah A., Vietnam POW and former U. senator, dies at Survived nearly eight years of captivity in North Vietnamese prisons, and whose public acts of defiance and patriotism came to embody the sacrifices of American POWs in Vietnam. Vietnam Veterans, Vietnam War, North Vietnam, Prisoners Of War, Interesting History, Interesting News, Real Hero, Military Service, World History

Jeremiah A. Denton Jr., Vietnam POW and former U.S. senator, dies at 89

Adm. Jeremiah A. Denton Jr., who survived nearly eight years as a prisoner of war in North Vietnam and alerted the U.S. military to conditions there when he blinked the word "torture" in Morse code during a television interview, has died. He was 89.

A tribute to the Vietnam War. "No event in American history is more misunderstood than the Vietnam War. Vietnam History, Vietnam War Photos, North Vietnam, Vietnam Veterans, Saigon Vietnam, Military Veterans, American War, American Soldiers, American History

The Vietnam War Era

Judging by the dates that the 231st Transport and Australian tanks were in Vietnam, the tank probably belongs to C Squadron 1st Australian Armoured Regiment and the photi would have been taken after...

The Vietnam War, US Soldiers, battle of Dak To, Hill South Vietnam, November 1967 Vietnam History, Vietnam War Photos, Us History, American War, American History, Gilles Caron, North Vietnam, Vietnam Veterans, Cold War

Vietnam War | Contact Press Images

US forces with casualties in body bags, Battle of Dak To, Hill 875, South Vietnam, November 1967

Vietnam War Protest in Washington, D. by Frank Wolfe, October A protest sign reads "GET THE HELLicopters OUT OF VIETNAM". Why had protests become such a prominent feature of the Vietnam War? Vietnam Veterans, Vietnam War, Vietnam Protests, Vietnam History, Marie Curie, American War, American History, Native American, Woodstock

Vietnam War protestors march at the Pentagon in Washington, D.C. on October 21, 1967, uncredited photo