X-ray of a US soldier with a grenade wedged into his face after stepping on a Vietcong landmine, 1967
U.S. troops patrol alongside a Montagnard tribesman and his elephant in Vietnam. December 1966
A U.S. Special Forces soldier giving orders during a counter attack to regain a hilltop outpost that was overrun by the North Vietnamese, August 23rd 1968
Captured ARVN M107 in service of Vietnam people’s army during Cambodian-Vietnamese war 1979
U.S. Mobile Riverine Force (MRF) troops move on to the land assault in a heavily vegetated area after landing on the beach, Vietnam, 1967.
Carlos Hathcock displaying the tools of his trade (Vietnam War)
SEALs in jeans, Vietnam (ST1 X-Ray platoon) wearing blue Jeans.
ST1 X-ray had a worst luck in Vietnam. It was disbanded in 1971 and since then no SEAL platoon used the designation “X-Ray” anymore.
MACV-SOG Jim Bolen 1-0 of RT Auger. Went into Laos and Cambodia on dangerous and top-secret SOG operations to the Ho Chi Minh and Sihanouk Trails during the Vietnam War. He was a recon TL and went on over 40 SOG missions, being extracted under fire from over 30 of them.