In this June 1967 file photo, medic James E. Callahan of Pittsfield, Mass., looks up while applying mouth-to-mouth resuscitation to a seriously wounded soldier north of Saigon in June 1967.

In this June 1967 file photo, medic James E. Callahan of Pittsfield, Mass., looks up while applying mouth-to-mouth resuscitation to a seriously wounded soldier north of Saigon in June 1967.

Two grizzled Marine infantrymen and a battle-weary combat cameraman pause for a brief respite from the savage urban fighting that defined the battle for Hue City.

Two grizzled Marine infantrymen and a battle-weary combat cameraman pause for a brief respite from the savage urban fighting that defined the battle for Hue City.

«Every time we have an election, we get in worse men and the country keeps right on going. Times have proven only one thing and that is you can’t ruin this country even with politics». —Will Rogers

«Every time we have an election, we get in worse men and the country keeps right on going. Times have proven only one thing and that is you can’t ruin this country even with politics». —Will Rogers

Check out these game-changing women & their inspiring stories.

Check out these game-changing women & their inspiring stories.

A German Infantryman (or boy).  Hitler's last line of 'defense' which consisted of old men and children.

A German Infantryman (or boy). Hitler's last line of 'defense' which consisted of old men and children.

“El más difícil no es el primer beso sino el último”. Cultura Colectiva te muestra algunas fotografías de besos que fueron tomadas en periodos de guerras.

Los besos más apasionados durante la guerra

“El más difícil no es el primer beso sino el último”. Cultura Colectiva te muestra algunas fotografías de besos que fueron tomadas en periodos de guerras.

With sniper fire still passing overhead, medic James E. Callahan of Pittsfield, Mass., treats a U.S. infantryman who suffered a head wound when a Viet Cong bullet pierced his helmet during a three-hour battle in war zone D, about 50 miles northeast of Saigon, June 17, 1967. Thirty-one men of the 1st Infantry Division were reported killed in the guerrilla ambush, with more than 100 wounded. (Follow link for story)

With sniper fire still passing overhead, medic James E. Callahan of Pittsfield, Mass., treats a U.S. infantryman who suffered a head wound when a Viet Cong bullet pierced his helmet during a three-hour battle in war zone D, about 50 miles northeast of Saigon, June 17, 1967. Thirty-one men of the 1st Infantry Division were reported killed in the guerrilla ambush, with more than 100 wounded. (Follow link for story)

There are so many photos like this that emerged during WWI. Imagery such as this is significant because these soldiers evoke a sense of carefree-ness. There was something to be said about sending your husband off to war; there was something romantic about it. I believe this perspective still exists today considering how many 'Army Wives' speak out and share their story in the media.

There are so many photos like this that emerged during WWI. Imagery such as this is significant because these soldiers evoke a sense of carefree-ness. There was something to be said about sending your husband off to war; there was something romantic about it. I believe this perspective still exists today considering how many 'Army Wives' speak out and share their story in the media.

Babies, orphaned after the loss of their parents during the Vietnam war, are transported to the United States in 1975 in Operation Babylift.

These Classical Paintings Have Been Completely Transformed By Adding Funny Drunk Texts

Babies, orphaned after the loss of their parents during the Vietnam war, are transported to the United States in 1975 in Operation Babylift.

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