VIETNAM
          
Life has a special flavor to those who fight for it,
that the sheltered never know.
    By an anonymous Marine in Vietnam after the seventy-seven day siege of Khe Sanh
Vietnam statistics: 13,067 Marines Killed in Action, 88,633 Wounded.


     

1968 - Chu Lai
Mike Kniespeck, ?, ?, ?.


1969 - Mike Kniespeck

 

Today, the world looks to America for leadership.
And America looks to its Corps of Marines.
          President Ronal Reagan

 

     

Chu Lai - Mike Kniespeck


Twin Brothers in Vietnam.
Martin (Marty) and Mike Kniespeck.

 

Remember that there is no substitute for performance of duty
whether you are a statesman or a fighting man and that there

must be character and integrity at all times.

          
Colonel Chesty Puller

 

     

1968 - Charlie McCoy

in Hoi An, Vietnam


1968 - Lt. Song, Charlie McCoy and Sgt Kim

at Command Center.  

 

     

1968 - SSgt Charlie McCoy with

Korean Marines BG Kim and Capt. ?.


Charlie McCoy, LtCol Schenning and Cpl. ?.  

 

     

1969 - Bill Gregory

after Operation Virginia Ridge.


Bill Gregory's home in Vietnam.  

 

March 1965 - Getting ready to land on Red Beach, Danang, Vietnam

Robert Howell, Bill Swaney, ?, James Taylor Jr., Clarence Whitehead  

 

 

Bill Swaney with an M60 on Hill 307, Danang  

 

ADDITIONAL VIETNAM PHOTOS

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