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BLT 2/4 Marines loading on LCM-8 aft er the Battle of Dai Do on May 3, 1968. This was the way most Marines were evacuated.

BLT Marines loading on aft er the Battle of Dai Do on May This was the way most Marines were evacuated.

In this April 2, 1967 photo, a dead U.S. soldier lays on the battlefield with a sheet over him in Vietnam.

April A dead US soldier lays on the battlefield with a sheet over him in VietnamPicture: Horst Faas/AP

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dogatemytank: © Larry Burrows 1962 An US Marine crew chief provides cover for Vietnamese soldiers, Vietnam

hill 875 | ... in body bags, Battle of Dak To, Hill 875, South Vietnam, November 1967

US forces with casualties in body bags, Battle of Dak To, Hill South Vietnam, November 1967

1st Air Cavalry, Battle of Bong Son, Vietnam War, Jan 28-Feb 12 1966 US Army: http://youtu.be/2es2eVbmUEU #1stAirCav #1stCav #Vietnam

1st Air Cavalry, Battle of Bong Son, Vietnam War, Jan 28-Feb 12 1966 US Army: http://youtu.be/2es2eVbmUEU #1stAirCav #1stCav #Vietnam

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20 Feb 1968, Khe Sanh, South Vietnam --- U.S. Marines lie prone on the ground in sandbagged trench as they take cover from Communist mortar fire.

20 Feb Khe Sanh, South Vietnam --- U. Marines lie prone on the ground in sandbagged trench as they take cover from Communist mortar fire. --- Image by © Bettmann/CORBIS

https://flic.kr/p/6EXEJZ | U1583836 | 17 Feb 1968, Hue, South Vietnam --- Battle-weary Leathernecks take a bread during house-to-house combat here. --- Image by © Bettmann/CORBIS

17 Feb Hue, South Vietnam --- Battle-weary Leathernecks take a bread during house-to-house combat here. --- Image by © Bettmann/CORBIS

The Brown Water Navy 1969 - two 50-foot aluminum boats, which previously had only operated on coastal surveillance missions, were added river patrol boats whose 31-foot fiberglass hull can hit 27 miles per hour in water just over nine inches deep. And from the river assault forces came the assault support patrol boats, armored troop carriers and LCM monitors — the "heavies" which look for all the world like a line of ironclads on the Mississippi as they head up the Vam Co Dong.

The Brown Water Navy To aluminum boats, which previously had only…

US Marine of the 1st Battalion, 4th Marines, 1969. ~ Vietnam War

Marine of the Battalion, Marines, 1969 ~ Vietnam War Welcome to the jungle, dude.

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