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"Farley opens a first-aid kit to apply to Magel's wound as Hoilien watches Owens, the wounded gunner (with dark glasses), slumped in the rear." Larry Burrows Vietnam

"Farley opens a first-aid kit to apply to Magel's wound as Hoilien watches Owens, the wounded gunner (with dark glasses), slumped in the rear.

El 16 de abril de 1965 la revista Life publica una foto en blanco y negro de soldados estadounidenses en pleno combate de la Guerra del Vietnam.

LIFE and Death in Vietnam: "One Ride with Yankee Papa Photo essay by Larry Burrows. A mortally wounded comrade at his feet, Lance Cpl. James C. Farley, helicopter crew chief, yells to his pilot after a firefight in Vietnam,

“Farley, unable to leave his gun position until is out of enemy range, stares in shock at co-pilot, Lieutenant Magel, on the floor”. (Photo by Larry Burrows/Time & Life Pictures)

[Helicopter crew chief James C. Farley (R) checking on a wounded crewmate while wounded pilot, Lt. James E. Magel, lies dying at his feet]

[Helicopter crew chief James C. Farley (R) checking on a wounded crewmate while wounded pilot, Lt. Magel, lies dying at his feet]

Nevada nuclear test

Rare, eerily beautiful pictures by LIFE photographer Loomis Dean, made in the Nevada desert in 1955 at the height of the Cold War, shortly after an atomic bomb test.