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209 record(s) found

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An American soldier and a family member of Nung mercenaries watch as a C-7 Caribou cargo plane drops supplies at Duc Lap Special Forces camp two miles from the Cambodian border in Quang Duc Province in II Corps in November 1969. The camp was manned by Nung mercenaries, U.S. Special Forces from team A-239 and soldiers from Battery D, 5th Battalion, 22nd Field Artillery Regiment.It was under regular rocket and artillery attack from North Vietnamese Army (NVA) soldiers who surrounded the base.

Unit:
 Special Forces    Series: none
   Date: 11/1969

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An American soldier mans an recoiless rifle during a night battle at Duc Lap Special Forces camp two miles from the Cambodian border in Quang Duc Province in II Corps in November 1969. The camp was manned by Nung mercenaries, U.S. Special Forces from team A-239 and soldiers from Battery D, 5th Battalion, 22nd Field Artillery Regiment. It was under regular rocket and artillery attack from North Vietnamese Army (NVA) soldiers who surrounded the base.

Unit:
 Special Forces    Series: none
   Date: 11/1969

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American soldiers cover their ears as they fire 81mm mortars at North Vietnamese Army (NVA) position around Duc Lap Special Forces camp two miles from the Cambodian border in Quang Duc Province in II Corps in November 1969. The camp was manned by Nung mercenaries, U.S. Special Forces from team A-239 and soldiers from Battery D, 5th Battalion, 22nd Field Artillery Regiment. It was under regular rocket and artillery attack from NVA soldiers who surrounded the base.

Unit:
 Special Forces    Series: none
   Date: 11/1969

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American soldiers cover their ears as they fire 81mm mortars at North Vietnamese Army (NVA) position around Duc Lap Special Forces camp two miles from the Cambodian border in Quang Duc Province in II Corps in November 1969. The camp was manned by U.S. Special Forces from team A-239 and Nung mercenaries. It was under regular rocket and artillery attack from NVA soldiers who surrounded the base.

Unit:
 Special Forces    Series: none
   Date: 11/1969

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American soldiers cover their ears as they fire 81mm mortars at North Vietnamese Army (NVA) position around Duc Lap Special Forces camp two miles from the Cambodian border in Quang Duc Province in II Corps in November 1969. The camp was manned by Nung mercenaries, U.S. Special Forces from team A-239 and soldiers from Battery D, 5th Battalion, 22nd Field Artillery Regiment. It was under regular rocket and artillery attack from NVA soldiers who surrounded the base.

Unit:
 Special Forces    Series: none
   Date: 11/1969

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American soldiers listen for incoming fire at Duc Lap Special Forces camp two miles from the Cambodian border in Quang Duc Province in II Corps in November 1969. The camp was manned by Nung mercenaries, U.S. Special Forces from team A-239 soldiers from Battery D, 5th Battalion, 22nd Field Artillery Regiment. It was under regular rocket and artillery attack from North Vietnamese Army (NVA) soldiers who surrounded the base.

Unit:
 Special Forces    Series: none
   Date: 11/1969

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A flare lights the sky during a night battle at Duc Lap Special Forces camp two miles from the Cambodian border in Quang Duc Province in II Corps in November 1969. The camp was manned by Nung mercenaries, U.S. Special Forces from team A-239 soldiers from Battery D, 5th Battalion, 22nd Field Artillery Regiment. It was under regular rocket and artillery attack from North Vietnamese Army (NVA) soldiers who surrounded the base.

Unit:
 Special Forces    Series: none
   Date: 11/1969

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Nung members of the Civilian Irregular Defense Group (CIDG), mercenaries, leave for patrol from Duc Lap Special Forces camp two miles from the Cambodian border in Quang Duc Province in II Corps in November 1969. The camp was manned by Nung mercenaries, U.S. Special Forces from team A-239 and soldiers from Battery D, 5th Battalion, 22nd Field Artillery Regiment. It was under steady fire from North Vietnamese Army (NVA) rockets and artillery.

Unit:
 Special Forces    Series: none
   Date: 11/1969

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Nung members of the Civilian Irregular Defense Group (CIDG), mercenaries, leave for patrol from Duc Lap Special Forces camp two miles from the Cambodian border in Quang Duc Province in II Corps in November 1969. The camp was manned by U.S. Special Forces from team A-239 and Nung mercenaries. It was under steady fire from North Vietnamese Army (NVA) rockets and artillery.

Unit:
 Special Forces    Series: none
   Date: 11/1969

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A CH-47 Chinook helicopter carries a sling load of cargo from a base in the Central Highlands of Vietnam.

Unit:
 unknown / NA    Series: none
   Date: 11/1969

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A CH-47 Chinook helicopter carries a sling load of cargo from a base in the Central Highlands of Vietnam.

Unit:
 unknown / NA    Series: none
   Date: 11/1969

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Joey Heatherton takes a bow before GIs during Bob Hope's 1966 Christmas tour.

Unit:
 unknown / NA    Series: none
   Date: 12/1966

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Lt. Nick Terpstra, Artesia, Calif., leads a Viet Cong POW away from the battlefield. In the background an armored personnel carrier (APC) smolders. It hit a mine. The action took place July 9, 1966. The soldiers are from the 1st Battalion, 28th Infantry Regiment, 1st Infantry Division.

Unit:
 1st Infantry Division    Series: none
   Date: 7/1966

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Lt. Donald F. "Dutch" Schnably, 21, Weston, W. Va., the executive officer of Special Forces team A-239 at the Duc Lap Special Forces camp two miles from the Cambodian border in Quang Duc Province in II Corps in December 1969. The camp was manned by Nung mercenaries, U.S. Special Forces soldiers and soldiers from Battery D, 5th Battalion, 22nd Field Artillery Regiment. It was under regular rocket and artillery attack from North Vietnamese Army (NVA) soldiers who surrounded the base. A few days after this photograph was taken, on Dec. 1, 1969, Schnably was killed by NVA mortar fire.

Unit:
 Special Forces    Series: none
   Date: 0/1969

 
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