History of War

KHE SANH 1968

Airborne troops destroying enemy bunkers after an assault on Hill 875

A C-123 cargo aircraft downed by North Vietnamese anti-aircraft fire burns on the airstrip at Khe Sanh Combat Base

01 NORTH VIETNAMESE RECON

On the night of 2 January movement was detected outside the western perimeter of Khe

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