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5th Battalion, 46th Infantry Regiment, 198th Light Infantry Brigade. A recon RTO is saddled up with his gear, 1970.

Slightly wounded German soldier treated during World War I on the Western Front.

Canadian rifleman, Private Morris J Piche of the 2nd Battalion, Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry, is helped to an aid station beh...

Canadian rifleman, Private Morris J Piche of the Battalion, Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry, is helped to an aid station behind the Korean front lines by Lance Corporal W J Chrysler during the Brigade advance in early

This article is the result of reader comments following my past article, “12 Major Battles of ,the Vietnam War.” There were many comments split between my Vietnam Facebook groups and fo…

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08 Nov 1967, Near Tam Ky, A stressed 1st Cavalry soldier is consoling his buddy moments after an intense firefight on a search and destroy mission 15 miles northwest of Tam Ky. ~ Vietnam War

08 Nov Near Tam Ky, A stressed Cavalry soldier is consoling his buddy moments after an intense firefight on a search and destroy mission 15 miles northwest of Tam Ky, Vietnam War

Unknown Date (early to mid 1960's) - Vietnam Special Forces Advisor - Vietnam War

Unknown Date (early to mid - Vietnam Special Forces Advisor - Vietnam War I'm thinking early since there is no dust cover or forward assist on his rifle.

Glider troops of the 7th battalion, King's Own Scottish Borderers, 1st Airlanding Brigade, 1st Airborne Division, wait in position in a bomb crater while defending the perimeter in Oosterbeek against the 2nd SS Panzer Corps. Arnhem, 17 September, 1944. During the ill-fated Battle of Arnhem, part of the larger "Operation Market Garden", the 7th battalion suffered 90% casualties, the town of Oosterbeek being heavily damaged in the fighting. The reinforcement of axis positions by stronger…

Glider troops of the 7th battalion, King's Own Scottish Borderers, 1st Airlanding Brigade, 1st Airborne Division, wait in position in a bomb crater while defending the perimeter in Oosterbeek against the 2nd SS Panzer Corps. Arnhem, 17 September, 1944. During the ill-fated Battle of Arnhem, part of the larger "Operation Market Garden", the 7th battalion suffered 90% casualties, the town of Oosterbeek being heavily damaged in the fighting. The reinforcement of axis positions by stronger…

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