South Vietnam, April 17, 1968: A 9th Infantry Division airboat glides through the water near Nha Be, an area said to be used by the Viet Cong in organizing attacks on Saigon. The airboats, which could travel at speeds up to 40 knots, were used in shallow waters similar to those where the boats are most commonly found, in Florida's Everglades.
A Vietnamese woman carries her children and possessions on bamboo pole as she tries to escape fierce fighting in the Cholon suburb during the Tet Offensive, Saigon, South Vietnam, 1968, photograph by Nik Wheeler.
Larry Lane Moves Along a Hedgerow With His Scout Dog, 1968 "Alert: Corporal Larry D. Lane, 22 (Columbus, Ohio), moves along a hedgerow with his scout dog ‘Trooper’ while under enemy fire. Lane was attached to the 5th Marine Regiment, 1st Marine Division on Operation Maui Peak (official USMC photo by Gunnery Sergeant Chuck Lane)." From the Jonathan Abel Collection (COLL/3611), Marine Corps Archives & Special Collections. OFFICIAL USMC PHOTOGRAPH