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    Viet Cong guerrillas laying punji trap near Cu Chi.

    Honoring Robert Lewis Howard who was a highly decorated United States Army soldier and Medal of Honor recipient of the Vietnam War. He was wounded 14 times over 54 months of combat, was awarded 8 Purple Hearts, 4 Bronze Stars, and was nominated for the Medal of Honor three separate times. He was laid to rest at Arlington National Cemetery on February 22, 2010.

    “Vietnam . . . A Marine walking point for his unit during Operation Macon, 1966.

    Green Beret with M16 and little monkey.

    Vietnam War, Evacuation of Saigon, April 1975: US Marines boarding an evacuation helicopter carry the Seal of the United States that hang over the main entrance to the US Embassy, Saigon. Earlier, the Star and Stripes that flew over the building was surrendered to Ambassador Martin, who took it with him onboard the outbound helicopter.

    The Vietnam War, door gunner from the 9th Division flying over the Mekong Delta, South Vietnam, December 1967.

    A Vietnamese village burns after US Marines conducting a search and a destroy mission

    Frederick Carlton Weyand (1916 – 2010) was the U.S. Army General who was the last commander of US military operations in the Vietnam War from 1972 to 1973, and served as the 28th US Army Chief of Staff from 1974 to 1976. Weyand was a veteran of both WW2 and Korea.

    M42 Duster. Post Tet Offensive, February 1968.

    Captain Ed Freeman, US

    A young Marine private waits on the beach during the Marine landing, Da Nang, 3 August 1965

    A US soldier carries a wounded comrade to safety during Operation Attleboro, near Tay Ninh, Republic of Vietnam, November 4, 1966.

    Vietnam….A Marine stands watch in an observation tower as Lieutenant Commander McElroy, the 3rd Battalion, 26th Marines chaplain, holds mass on Hill 950., 07/31/1967

    In this April 29, 1975 file photo, people try to scale the 14-foot wall of the U.S. Embassy in Saigon, trying to reach evacuation helicopters, as the last of the Americans depart from Vietnam. The Vietnam War ended on April 30, 1975.

    Vietnam 1968

    Clifford Chester Sims, a Staff Sergeant in Vietnam, and Medal of Honor recipient. Sims was honored for "conspicuous gallantry and intrepidity in action at the risk of his life above and beyond the call of duty." He threw himself on a triggered booby-trap device, taking the entire blast to save his squad.

    U.S. President Lyndon Johnson listens to a tape sent by Captain Charles Robb from Vietnam, 1968. Photo by Jack E. Kightlinger

    Jane Fonda visits North Vietnam during Vietnam War allegedly giving aid and comfort to the enemy... many Americans consider her a traitor

    napalm bombing in Vietnam

    Soldiers walking through the notorious Ho Chi Minh trail in Vietnam during the 1970's

    The Kent State Massacre, May 4, 1970, involved the shooting of unarmed college students by the Ohio National Guard, killing four and wounding nine others. Some of the students who were shot had been protesting the American invasion of Cambodia, announced by President Nixon a few days prior.

    Fall of Saigon 1975

    Vietnam war protests in Washington, DC 1968

    Vietnamese poster: Vietnamese people will certainly be victorious.