22 Nov 1967, Near Dak To, South Vietnam --- Dak To, South Vietnam: Members of the 173rd Airborne Brigade, many wounded during the bitter siege of Hill 875, huddle together here, wary of sniper fire, as they wait for evacuation helicopters. Reinforced American troops seized most of the strategic Hill 875 and dug in within hand grenade range of North Vietnamese fortress at the top. Fighting in the Central Highlands has been the fiercest in the Vietnam conflict.
U.S. Anti War demonstrations in Central Park, NYC, 1967. Middle class factions had come to believe the Vietnam War was a mistake. Some believed it was an unjustified and immoral intervention in the internal affairs of another country. Young men who faced conscription and concerned parents became increasingly engaged and many joined the antiwar movement.
04 Apr 1968, Near Khe Sanh, South Vietnam --- 4/4/1968-Near Khe Sanh, South Vietnam- First cavalry men, many with head wounds, wait to be evacuated from a hilltop along route #9, during their advance toward Khe Sanh. They are shown close-up, smoking.