American airman Dewey Wayne Waddell, held prisoner in Vietnam, . The picture was created for propaganda purpose, hence the use of a really small woman as the guard to make the captured airman look more unheroic.
A GI (American) Enjoys the Company of an Unwilling Girl (Nihonjin) (United States of America, Dai Nippon Teikoku, Nihon) H Photograph) __________________________________ "We too are an army of rapists" -Anonymous Soldier H Time Magazine)
Charles Boyd, U. Air Force, is escorted by his captors to a "prisoners' gathering point." His aircraft was down on a mission in April
Frank Bayer in Cambodia 1970. The Huey he was riding in was going to crash and the door gunner shoved all of the grunts out the doors from about 15 feet off the ground. Rucks, weapons and all went out almost head first. The pilot slammed it down on the grass and no one was hurt. They are hanging out waiting for a Chinook to take the Huey away. Notice the Red D Handled shovel the helmet is on.
Vietnamese woman soldier displays captured Chinese men with their hands tied behind their backs from the Chinese and Army corps after the Chinese were taken prisoner by a Vietnamese female militia unit in Cao Bằng province, Vietnam, Sino-Vietname
Carrying a guitar and a rifle, a Marine waits at a landing strip for a flight out of Khe Sanh, Vietnam, February It was the era of Rock & Roll and more people turned up for James Brown at the yearly USO extravaganza, than for Bob Hope.