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    Staff Sergeant Adelbert Waldron held the record for most confirmed kills by an American sniper (109 kills) until 2011 when he was replaced by Navy SEAL Chris Kyle (160 kills). Vietnam War

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    Vietnam War - sniper - Trees like this were favorite places where V.C. snipers hid, often without a platform. In several of the Vietnam War chapters in the novel, FAMILY SECRETS by Zina Abbott, Mike and his fellow soldiers found themselves under fire from snipers hiding in the surrounding trees.

    Axis History Forum • South Korean troops in Vietnam

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    This is the approach to Qui Nhon on the coast of Vietnam. In 1967-68, the time period Mike Carpenter in the novel, FAMILY SECRETS by Zina Abbott, was serving in Vietnam, this was the area where his construction engineer battalion was stationed.

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    General Norman Schwarzkopf - Schwarzkopf and a Vietnamese paratrooper assist a wounded comrade after a Viet Cong mortar attack. Herbert Norman Schwarzkopf was a United States Army general who, while he served as Commander of U.S. Central Command, was commander of coalition forces in the Gulf War. The General was born August 22, 1934 and died December 27, 2012. - On AND Magazine www.andmagazine.c... - Photo by Peter Arnett

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    US Army chaplain conducting a service in the field

    The Vietnam War Era

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    Specialist 4 Esther M. Gleaton, clerk-typist, WAC (Women's Army Corps) Detachment, Long Binh, Vietnam, 1968-1969.

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    Donut Dolly ready to go. Vietnam, #VietnamWarMemories

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    Released POW John McCain - Hanoi 1973

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    Vietnam - Treating Civilians. U.S. Navy

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    Drew Dix.

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    Sgt. Drew Dix, US Army Special Forces

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    Left to right: unknown SEAL, Drew Dix, Harry Humphries (SEAL).

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    Frank Thornton, Navy SEAL.

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    The jeep armed with a .50-cal.

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    Navy SEALs.

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    Harry Humphries, Navy SEAL, on the right.

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    Frank Thornton wearing ERDL camo.

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    PRUs.

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    Maggie Frankot, the nurse rescued by Drew and the SEALs.

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    Drew Dix with his PRUs.

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    The two Filipino aid workers rescued by Drew.

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    Two SEALs.

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    A soldier rescuing Vietnamese children.

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    Here is the amazing and moving story that 60 Minutes Australia did on the Battle of Long Tan which was broadcast on 13 August 2006, a few days prior to the premiere of my award winning documentary (16 August 2006) which I made for the 40th Anniversary of the battle which was on 18 August 2006.The story is called Forgotten Heroes and the Producer is Hamish Thomson and the reporter is Peter Harvey.105 young Australians and 3 New Zealanders fought and defeated 2,500 Viet Cong and North Vietnames...

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    Don McCullin, US Marine during a pause in fighting, Vietnam, 1968.

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