1968 Paris - South Vietnam VP Cao Ky Nguyen (2L) and wife at reception given by South Vietnam Peace Talks Delegation.
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South Vietnam Vice-President Cao Ky Nguyen and wife attending a reception given by the South Vietnam Peace Talks Delegation, Paris, France, 1968.
1968 Paris, France - South Vietnam VP Cao Ky Nguyen and wife at reception given by South Vietnam Peace Talks Delegation. Vietnam War
1968 Paris - South Vietnam VP Cao Ky Nguyen (2L) and wife at reception given by South Vietnam Peace Talks
Vice-président du Sud-Vietnam Nguyen Cao Ky et femme assister à une réception donnée par le Sud-Vietnam pourparlers de paix délégation, Paris, France, 1968.
1968 Paris - South Vietnam VP Cao Ky Nguyen (2L) and wife at reception given by South Vietnam Peace Talks #aodai #ao dai| http://bedroom-design-9291.blogspot.com
1968 Paris, France - South Vietnam VP Cao Ky Nguyen and wife at reception given by South Vietnam Peace Talks Delegation. Had he invested more in his army than his pocket book 54,000 + U.S. troops and contractors would be alive today!
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Map of South Vietnam Tet Offensive
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Map of South Vietnam Tet Offensive - In the novel, FAMILY SECRETS by Zina Abbott, Mike tells what he was doing when the Tet Offensive started and how it ended up being destructive to Vietnam Veterans.
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Teddy Kennedy: "I hope for an America where neither 'fundamentalist' nor 'humanist' will be a dirty word, but a fair description of the different ways in which people of good will look at life and into their own souls."
Edward Moore "Ted" Kennedy (February 22, 1932 – August 25, 2009) was the senior United States Senator from Massachusetts and a member of the Democratic Party. He was the second most senior member of the Senate when he died and was the fourth-longest-serving senator in United States history, having served there for almost 47 years
After being diagnosed with a brain tumor, Massachusetts Senator Edward Moore Kennedy, or Ted, the last living brother of the Kennedys, has recently died at the age of 77. Description from myworldofdailypointers.blogspot.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images
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In 2009, Edward Moore "Ted" Kennedy (February 22, 1932 – August 25, 2009). Type of cancer: brain. Age: 77.
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Edward Moore "Ted" Kennedy (February 22, 1932 - August 25, 2009) United States Senator from Massachusetts and a member of the Democratic Party. He was the second most senior member of the Senate when he died and was the fourth-longest-serving senator in United States history, served for almost 47 years. As the most prominent living member of the Kennedy family for many years, he was also the last surviving son of Rose and Joseph P. Kennedy, Sr.
Flashback: Big Three Ignored Ted Kennedy’s Letter to Soviet Union
Yesterday, I watched the funeral service of Edward “ Ted ” Kennedy on Fox News, and the sad part for me is about the youngest son of the great Kennedy brothers has gone and it’s a big lost, knowing that the Kennedy family had a huge impact in US history. I’m questioning about would it be more Kennedy descent that will adorn US political history? I hope so. Edward Kennedy became known as “The Lion of Senate” through his long tenure and influence. He played a major role in passing many laws. He was a strong supporter of The Civil Right Acts. He helped create the legislation that the Americans with disabilities act is passed into law. It bans discrimination based on physical or mental disabilities. He sponsored The Family and Medical Leave Act. He co-sponsored The No Child Left Behind Act, the legislation is set up to improve student performance by holding schools responsible for test scores. If test scores fail to meet certain standards or show improvement, the school may be closed or its staff replaced. He also championed Workers’ Rights by increasing federal minimum wages for the first time in 2007 from $5.15 an hour to $7.25. In the year of 2008 He formally endorsed Barack Obama for president, " It is time again for a new generation of leadership, It is time now for Barack Obama." Edward Kennedy's funeral has become one biggest political event in United States that unite every group. The Massachusetts senator died on August 25,2009 after a lengthy battle with brain cancer. A Rome Catholic mass was held by at least 7 priest, 11 pall-bearer and 27 honor pall-bearer. About 1500 people made a visit of condolence. There was Obama and other United States political figures such George W. Bush, Bill Clinton, until Senator John Mc Cain made a visit. In loving memoriam of Kennedy, i'm gonna show u some of The Kennedy's photos dat I love :) Ted, Robert, John Ted Kennedy sits on the shoulders of his brother, JFK in Palm Beach, Florida Ted Kennedy and his father pose for a photo at U.S Embassy in London, England The Kennedy family in 1937. Joseph Kennedy (from left), his wife Rose and their children: Patricia, John, Jean, Eunice, Robert, Katheleen, Edward, Rosemary (standing) and Joseph Jr. John F Kennedy throws a football to his nephew, Bobby Jr, as his brother Robert looks on at Hickory Hill in McLean, Virginia in 1957 John Kennedy and Jacqueline Bouvier pose with ushers and maids of honour on their wedding day in 1953 Jacqueline, John and their daughter, Caroline Kennedy President John F Kennedy works late at the White House while his son, John Jr, plays in his desk Jacqueline Kennedy riding with her son, John F Kennedy Jr during a vacation in Ireland in 1967 Robert F. Kennedy RFK in Marion, Iowa John F. Kennedy Edward " Ted " Kennedy (1932-2009) " For his family, he was a guardian. For America, he was the defender of a dream " all photo credits to JFK Library Foundation
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.A South Vietnamese helicopter is pushed over the side of the USS Okinawa during Operation Frequent Wind, April 1975. #VietnamWarMemories.
The Bitter End - April 20, 1975 - A South Vietnamese helicopter is pushed over the side of the USS Okinawa during Operation Frequent Wind, April 1975. The helicopter, which carried two Vietnamese officers, a woman and two children, had to be disposed of to make room for the extensive Marine Corps helicopter operation helping to evacuate the city of Saigon.
A South Vietnamese helicopter is pushed over the side of the USS Okinawa to clear deck space for more incoming refugees from Saigon - April 29th/30th, 1975
The Bitter End - April 20, 1975 - A South Vietnamese helicopter is pushed over the side of the USS Okinawa during Operation Frequent Wind
April 30, 1975 , In American History It was Huge Rescue operation for American civilians from part South Vietnamese capital Saigon . The event marked the end of the Vietnam War and the start of a transition period to the…
A South Vietnamese helicopter is pushed over the side of the USS Okinawa during Operation Frequent Wind, April 1975. The helicopter, which carried two Vietnamese officers, a woman and...
South Vietnamese helicopter is pushed over the side of the USS Okinawa during Operation Frequent Wi…Public Domain U.S. Marines (Official Marine Corps Photo) (http://www.tecom.usmc.mil/HD/Home_Page.htm) - www.tecom.usmc.mil (U.S. Marine Corps History website)
Operation Frequent Wind was the final phase in the evacuation of American civilians and "at-risk" Vietnamese from Saigon, South Vietnam prior to the takeover of the city by the North Vietnamese Army (PAVN). Operation Frequent Wind was carried out 29–30 April 1975 during the last days of the Vietnam War.
One of the more notable events occurred on the USS Midway when the pilot of a VNAF Cessna O-1 dropped a note on the deck of the carrier, the note read “Can you move these helicopter to the other side, I can land on your runway, I can fly 1 hour more, we have enough time to move. Please rescue me. Major Buang, Wife and 5 child.” Midway’s CO, Captain L.C. Chambers ordered the flight deck crew to clear the landing area; in the process an estimated US$10 million worth of UH-1 Huey helicopters were pushed overboard into the South China Sea. Once the deck was clear Major Buang approached the deck, bounced once and then touched down and taxied to a halt with room to spare. Major Buang became the first VNAF fixed-wing pilot to ever land on a carrier. A second Cessna O-1 was also recovered by the USS Midway that afternoon The rooftop of 22 Gia Long Street, Saigon. The scene of Hubert van Es’ famous photo from the Fall of Saigon of an Air America Bell 205 (N47004) evacuating Vietnamese on 29 April 1975. The photo location is often incorrectly stated to be the roof of the US Embassy, Saigon. Sea Stallions returning from the DAO Compound approach USS Midway USMC CH-53s at DAO Compound LZ38, Saigon, 29 April 1975 South Vietnamese refugees arrive on a U.S. Navy vessel during Operation Frequent Wind. VNAF UH-1 Huey helicopters arrive at the USS Midway during Operation Frequent Wind
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Sen. Edward M. Kennedy is shown with his wife Joan and son Ted Jr. and daughter Kara, 1968.
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Ted and Ethel Kennedy with 2 of their children, Ted Jr and Kara.
Sen. Edward Kennedy l968 & his family, Hyannis Port.
Sen. Edward Kennedy l968 & his family, Hyannis Port
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Kennedy family: Teddy, wife Joan and children.
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Ted Kennedy taken for GQ Magazine
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Sen. Ted Kennedy (Democrat-MA) - "But they can't build it there. That's where I sail my yacht." - Speaking about why a wind farm cannot to built at Cape Wind. And you thought liberals were supposed to be in favor of alternative energy sources.
TED KENNEDY In the end, he did so much good, and was courageous enough to stay in politics after both of his brothers were shot. I'm sure you're sorely missed by the Democrats in the Senate.
Ted Kennedy & his mother, Rose
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People magazine, September 22, 1975 ~ "Rose Kennedy at 85" ~ Pictured: Sen. Ted Kennedy his mother, Rose
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People Cover, Sept 22, 1975
Ted Kennedy and Joan Kennedy
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Ted Kennedy and Joan Kennedy...If Only This Happiness Could Have Lasten...What A Great Couple Ted Joan Made!!
Ted Kennedy and Joan Kennedy...If Only This Happiness Could Have Lasten...What A Great Couple Ted & Joan Made!!
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``The first five years were the happy ones,`` she said. After Jack Kennedy`s election, she and Ted briefly considered moving out West, away from the Kennedy name and influence. But the family had other plans for Ted, and instead the couple moved to Boston.
Joan Kennedy and Ted Kennedy . Married 1958 - 1982
Joan Kennedy and Ted Kennedy.
Ted and Joan Kennedy
youngfirstlady: “ Jacques Lowe captures Ted and Joan in the doorway of their Boston home as the youngest Kennedy brother leaves for work. ”
write-your-story-on-my-heart: “ Jacques Lowe captures Ted and Joan in the doorway of their Boston home as the youngest Kennedy brother leaves for work. ” lol I don’t understand why my caption was...
“Don't let it be forgot, that once there was a spot, for one brief shining moment, that was known as Camelot.” Below are brief biographies of the main members of the Kennedy family.
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