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Da Nang, South Vietnam, June, 1968: Wounded servicemembers are treated in the receiving ward before being taken inside the Naval Support Activity Hospital, Da Nang, for further examination. The largest casualty receiving hospital in South Vietnam had a staff of more than 800 officers and enlisted personnel. During a 10-month period ending in May, 1968, 17,000 patients were admitted; of those, 6,000 were battle casualties who received a total of more than 18,000 operations.

Guest article by Nathan Nguyen During the North Vietnamese Army’s surprise 1968 Tet Offensive, a fierce battle raged in the city of Hue. Pitting North Vietnamese Army regulars and Vietcong against…

A few minutes rest for an exhausted Marine despite the noise and dust from the helicopter who is dropping suppies. Oct 1967, Con Thien, South Vietnam | by tommy japan

A few minutes rest for an exhausted Marine despite the noise and dust from the helicopter who is dropping suppies.

19 Feb 1968, Hue, South Vietnam --- Hue, South Vietnam: At left a U.S. Marine spots a Viet Cong lying in a hole at the base of the citadel wall during assault 2/19. The Marine hauls the wounded captive out of his pit at right. Under siege for almost a month, the citadel fell to Allied forces. --- Image by © Bettmann/CORBIS

Vietnam War, Hue, U. Marine spots a Viet Cong lying in a hole at the base of the citadel wall during assault The Marine hauls the wounded captive out of his pit at right. Under siege for almost a month, the citadel fell to Allied forces.

Soc Trang, South Vietnam --- Soc Trang, South Vietnam: A mother and child peer out of a hole dug in a canal bank as South Vietnamese soldiers of the 21st Division pass by near this Mekong Delta village. The Viet Cong had overrun the popular forces outpost as Soc Trang and 21st Division Troops moved back in to reclaim it. 8/2/1968 --- Image by © Bettmann/CORBIS

Soc Trang, South Vietnam --- Soc Trang, South Vietnam: A mother and child peer…

175 mm, South Vietnam, 1968 We were guarding a battery of Army 175s below Camp Carroll near Khe Sahn.

175 mm, South Vietnam, 1968 We were guarding a battery of Army below Camp Carroll near Khe Sahn.

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_Robert Kollar, a handler with the fifty-eighth Infantry Platoon Scout Dog Unit in Vietnam, never forgot his loyal scout dog, Rebel (Photo courtesy Robert

1st Air Cav enroute to Chu Phong Mountain in the La Drang Valley in 1965. In Nov they fought the first battle with the NVA. They had 234 dead and 2500 NVA dead. The movie" We Were Soldiers" was made about this battle

© Tim Page 1965 - Members of the Air Cavalry, march through the forest en route to Chu Phong mountain, in the Ia Drang Valley, Vietnam,

In this April 2, 1967 file photo shot by Associated Press photographer Horst Faas, wounded U.S. soldiers are treated on a battle field in Vietnam.

In this April 1967 file photo shot by Associated Press photographer Horst Faas, wounded U. soldiers are treated on a battle field in Vietnam.

Un soldat américain touché aux jambes, dans la citadelle de Hué (Sud-Vietnam), 1968. Crédit photo : Don McCULLIN

American marine being supported after having been shot in both legs during the Têt offensive, Battle of Hué, Vietnam, February 1968

WAC Lee Wilson and soldier Del Height, both in field uniforms with boots, pose outdoors in Saigon, Vietnam, circa 1968.

WAC Lee Wilson and soldier Del Height, both in field uniforms with boots, pose outdoors in Saigon, Vietnam, circa

U.S. Marines and South Vietnamese troops move through the grounds of the Imperial Palace in the old citadel area of Hue, Vietnam, on February 26, 1968, after seizing it from Communist hands. The heavy damage was the result of the artillery, air, and mortar pounding the area received for 25 days while the Viet Cong/NVA held the area. (Eddie Adams/AP) ~ Vietnam War

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Marines and South Vietnamese troops move through the grounds of the Imperial Palace in the old citadel area of Hue, Vietnam, on February after seizing it from Communist hands. The heavy damage was the result of the artillery, air, and morta

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