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January Two South Vietnamese children gaze at an American paratrooper holding an grenade launcher as they cling to their mothers who huddle against a canal bank for protection from Viet Cong sniper fire in the Bao Trai area, 20 miles west of Saigon

Keizaburo Shimamoto (1937-1971) Japanese war photographer. Killed when the helicopter he was in along with photojournalists, Larry Burrows, Henri Huet and Kent Potter, was shot down while reporting on 'Operation Tiger’s Mouth', a massive armoured invasion of Laos by South Vietnamese forces against the Vietnam People's Army and the Pathet Lao.

Killed when the helicopter he was in along with photojournalists, Larry Burrows, Henri Huet and Kent Potter, was shot down while reporting on 'Operation Tiger’s Mouth', a massive armoured invasion

Sean Flynn | Dana Stone - last known photograph of them before they disappeared in 1970

Sean Flynn and Dana Stone - Vietnam war correspondent and photographer - last known photograph of them before they both disappeared without a trace in Cambodia, April,

02 Feb 1971, Khe Sanh, Vietnam --- UPI staff photographer Kent Potter is shown walking and there are GIs' and a helicopter behind him. He is wearing army fatigues and has two cameras hanging around his neck. --- Image by © Bettmann/CORBIS

02 Feb Khe Sanh, Vietnam --- UPI staff photographer Kent Potter is shown walking and there are GIs' and a helicopter behind him. He is wearing army fatigues and has two cameras hanging around his neck. --- Image by © Bettmann/CORBIS

Larry Burrows, war photographer and photojournalist during the Vietnam war. Burrows died along with three other photographers and seven South Vietnamese soldiers over Laos in 1971 when their helicopter was shot down. ~ great article & interviews about Burrows linked to photo.

Larry Burrows, war photographer and photojournalist during the Vietnam War. Burrows died along with three other photographers and seven South Vietnamese soldiers over Laos in 1971 when their helicopter was shot down.

Lance Cpl. James C. Farley, helicopter crew chief, Vietnam, 1965.   Larry Burrows  Vietnam

Sudden Death in Vietnam: 'One Ride With Yankee Papa 13'

Relocation of a Fire Support Base: Members of Btry "A", 4th Bn, 42nd Arty, 2nd Bde, 4th Inf Div at Fire Support Base "Challenge", prepare to load equipment aboard a UH-1D helicopter for movement to Fire Support Base"Navel" c. April 1970. (Photo by Sp4 Joel M. Shanus/U.S. Army/National Archives)

Vietnam Magazine added 86 new photos to the album: Archive Photographs — with Jerry Strada and 2 others.

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