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CBS News report that turned the Vietnam War - https://www.warhistoryonline.com/war-articles/cbs-news-report-that-turned-the-vietnam-war.html

A CBS News report that aired in 1965 is said to be one of the turning points of the Vietnam War.

"Most came home, some didn't, Marines 67-69." #The #Nam #Vietnam #Wars #Military #History #quotes

infantry Brigade (Jungel Warriors) This was my all expenses paid trip to Southeast Asia." Photo by Rick Warren via ~ The NAM (tag cred ~ Bob B)

US Marine armed with an M14 walks in front a fence and Sikorsky UH-34 Seahorse with eyes painted on its nose, 1966.

US Marine armed with an walks in front a fence and Sikorsky Seahorse with eyes painted on its nose, ~ Vietnam War

Henri Huet, left, and Larry Burrows, AP photojournalists covering the Vietnam War.

Photographic journalist Henri Huet and Larry Burrows during the Vietnam War. They were killed when the helicopter they were riding in was shot down over Laos in

Catherine LeRoy's image of Corpsman Vernon "Doc" Wike during the battle for Hill 881 in 1967 in Khe Sanh, Vietnam, and as a portrait years later in 2005. For more images, see the book Great Photographers and Writers in Vietnam.

Catherine LeRoy's image of Corpsman Vernon "Doc" Wike during the battle for Hill 881 in 1967 in Khe Sanh, Vietnam, and as a portrait years later in For more images, see the book Great Photographers and Writers in Vietnam.

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