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    Air America in Vietnam and Laos

    Air America in Vietnam and Laos

    Laotian Air base, Lima Site 20 Alternate home of the Raven FAC's.

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    B52 Bombing Tracks seen from the air during the Vietnam War

    Dad had worked for Air America Inc. as an Aircraft mechanical engineer. On this photo: spotter plane with 8 smoke rockets — in Vientiane, Laos.

    The Plain of Jars is a significant cultural site in Laos with 1000 of stone jars scattered over the countryside.

    Vietnam War Tank discovered on the Ho Chi Minh Trail in Laos

    Some major air assets were available to rascal teams. A B52 lands at U-Tapao as a KC-135 taxis for takeoff. (Courtesy of Utapao Alumni Association)

    February 1971, Khe Sanh, South Vietnam. In this Kent Potter photograph, an unhappy looking South Vietnamese soldier waits February 8th at Khe Sanh to be air lifted into Laos where front dispatches indicate sharp clashes between government troops and North Vietnamese and Pathet Lao forces. The commander of South Vietnamese forces in Laos said on February 14th that his troops are prepared to stay there until the Ho Chi Minh Trail is shattered. Image by © Bettmann/CORBIS

    intermountain aviation | N358Fof Air America in a photo session at Udorn - Photo by Judy Porter ...

    The Plain of Jars, Laos, 500 BCE to 500 CE. Hewn stone jars vary from 1 to 3 metres over 90 sites. During the Vietnam and the Secret Wars in Cambodia and Laos, the U.S. dropped an incredible 260 million bombs on neutral Laos, more than all of World War II. Unexploded Ordnance (UXO) has killed at least 20,000 since the war, mostly children attracted to the toy-like clusters. (Archaeologists are inhibited in research, of course. rw)

    The Plains of Jars. Laos

    Tortured with razor-sharp bamboo and fed alive to ants: The story behind one PoW’s incredible escape from Laos

    Pathet Lao - Laotian Civil War

    Hmong CIA Veterans of the Secret War story by KC ORTIZ ~ these people are still, I mean in 2013, fighting the Lao and Vietnamese. They have been persicuted because they are ethnically different and because they helped the CIA, during the Vietnam war. - click the pin to see the full story.

    Walter Cronkite In Vietnam

    Crash. Vietnam.

    Vietnam - 1964: American advisor, Captain Vernon Gillespie Jr. , playing with local children. (Photo by Larry Burrows/Time Magazine/Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images)