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AD deelt de informatie die zij verkrijgt middels het gebruik van cookies en vergelijkbare technieken, waaronder ook persoonsgegevens, in een samenwerkingsverband genaamd NLProfiel van Buymedia Nederland met Sanoma en Telegraaf Media Groep om gezamenlijke groepsprofielen op te stellen.Door op ‘Ja, ik accepteer cookies’ te klikken, gaat u akkoord met de verstrekking van uw (persoons)gegevens aan Sanoma en Telegraaf Media Groep voor de totstandkoming van de gezamenlijke groepsprofielen.The Vietnam War created its own set of memorable objects, many of which appear in military photographs, including helicopters, M-16 rifles, graffiti-covered helmets, Phantom jets, peace symbol necklaces, and body bags. Here, “Operation Shelby—PFC Manuel Garcia (El Centro, Calif.) rifleman, Co. Bde., cleans his M–16 rifle prior to going out on a daily patrol at the new forward base camp located at the Kinh Kang and Kanh Nang Canals, 24 km west of Saigon.” 8/25-26/1967 Click here to learn more about the National Archives Traveling Exhibit Service (NATES).If you would like to host a National Archives exhibit, email [email protected] call 816.268.8088 for more information.Ben our friend and person in charge of this campsite has dedicated alot of his time to create a number of challenging sport climbing routes along with his compadres.
Joy his lovely wife is full of joy and pours her heart out cooking a variety of dishes with her diligent staff.
Many of the iconic photographs were taken by photojournalists working for newspapers, magazines, or wire services.
But there were also military photographers in Vietnam serving in our armed forces.
There are two climbing spots available near the campsite.
One is across the river and another requiring a hike up a small hill. In order to get across the river to one of the climbing spots, Ben has set up a flying fox system to cross the river easily.
This exhibit focuses on three photographic themes, including: Landscapes Most Americans knew almost nothing about Vietnam before the war.