“FIREPOWER EVIDENCE–Marines stack mounds of expended 105mm casings after constant pounding of enemy forces at Khe Sanh. Hill 950 is partially shrouded by clouds in the background.”
160 – Combat Bases – 1968 – January 29, 1968, 1/29/1968
File Unit: Divider/Subject – 160 – Combat Bases – 1968, 1962 – 1975. Series: Black and White Photographs of Marine Corps Activities in Vietnam, 1962 – 1975. Record Group 127: Records of the U.S. Marine Corps, 1775 –
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