What our enemy looked like. He too, just a boy. North Vietnamese Army soldier.

What our enemy looked like. He too, just a boy. North Vietnamese Army soldier.

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North Vietnamese Army infantrymen. The machine gunner armed with an RPD appears to be wearing a U.S. M56 pistol belt (vertical weave) with a M67 20rnd magazine pouch attached to it, in addition to his RPD ammunition bag. One of the tankers also carries a Type 56 assault rifle with a folding stock.

North Vietnamese Army infantrymen. The machine gunner armed with an RPD appears to be wearing a U.S. M56 pistol belt (vertical weave) with a M67 20rnd magazine pouch attached to it, in addition to his RPD ammunition bag. One of the tankers also carries a Type 56 assault rifle with a folding stock.

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North Vietnamese Army sappers burst through a wire barrier, most likely during training or a staged photo.

North Vietnamese Army sappers burst through a wire barrier, most likely during training or a staged photo.

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North Vietnamese Armu soldiers sit in a circle. One of them is armed with a Type 56 assault rifle while the other has a captured M79 grenade launcher. The standard NVA pith helmet is visible on the ground.

North Vietnamese Armu soldiers sit in a circle. One of them is armed with a Type 56 assault rifle while the other has a captured M79 grenade launcher. The standard NVA pith helmet is visible on the ground.

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ca. 1969, near Michelin, Vietnam --- Two dead North Vietnamese army soldiers killed in action near Michelin, Vietnam. --- Image by © Tim Page/Corbis

ca. 1969, near Michelin, Vietnam --- Two dead North Vietnamese army soldiers killed in action near Michelin, Vietnam. --- Image by © Tim Page/Corbis

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North Vietnamese Army soldiers with a captured U.S. military jeep. One of the men holds up a captured M16 assault rifle.

North Vietnamese Army soldiers with a captured U.S. military jeep. One of the men holds up a captured M16 assault rifle.

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Catherine Leroy (1945 – 8 July 2006) was a French war photographer. In 1967, she was the first accredited journalist to participate in a combat parachute jump, joining the 173rd Airborne Brigade. In 1968, during the Tet Offensive, Leroy was captured by the North Vietnamese Army. She managed to talk her way out and emerged as the first newsperson to take photos of North Vietnamese Army Regulars behind their own lines. She also reported from Afghanistan, Iraq, Iran, Libya and other conflict…

Catherine Leroy (1945 – 8 July 2006) was a French war photographer. In 1967, she was the first accredited journalist to participate in a combat parachute jump, joining the 173rd Airborne Brigade. In 1968, during the Tet Offensive, Leroy was captured by the North Vietnamese Army. She managed to talk her way out and emerged as the first newsperson to take photos of North Vietnamese Army Regulars behind their own lines. She also reported from Afghanistan, Iraq, Iran, Libya and other conflict…

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North Vietnamese Army (NVA) soldiers in Hue, 1968 ... but not for long, thanks to the house to house, brick to brick fighting by US Marines and friends ..

North Vietnamese Army (NVA) soldiers in Hue, 1968 ... but not for long, thanks to the house to house, brick to brick fighting by US Marines and friends ..

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