Charlie Haughey's Vietnam Reels A file of soldiers on a routine jungle patrol. Haughey says most soldiers wore towels around their necks, like this one did, to help combat sweat in the jungle heat. Names, date, and location unknown.
25 Apr Quang Tri, South Vietnam --- A newly cleared area near Quang Tri serves as an outside chapel as members of the US cavalry hold services for comrades who had been killed in the area. Conducting services is Chaplain James Ware of Mansfield, Ohio.
To cover the Vietnam War, The Associated Press assembled an extraordinary group of photojournalists in its Saigon bureau, creating one of the greatest photographic legacies of the century. Collected in 'Vietnam: The Real War' (Click through for more).