Ship- HMS Rodney, Battleship, HMS Rodneyin Valletta Harbour, Malta during July 1943
Eddie Adams, a pulitzer-prize winning photojournalist: …covered 13 wars, beginning with a stint as a Marine Corps combat photographer in Korea in the early 1950s and ending in Kuwait in 1991. He did three tours of Vietnam with the Associated Press and won the Pulitzer Prize for photography for his shot of a Viet Cong lieutenant being executed at close range on a Saigon street by a South Vietnamese general.”
Vietnam 1967 -- AP photographer Horst Faas, with his Leica cameras around his neck, accompanies U.S. troops in War Zone C. (AP Photo/Horst Faas collection)
Emaciated British prisoners of war in a Japanese hospital for prisoners of war at Nakom Paton, Thailand.
David Douglas Duncan—Life Magazine American Marines race past a dead enemy soldier in Korea, September 1950 Read more: http://life.time.com/history/korean-war-classic-photos-by-david-douglas-duncan/#ixzz2HJZ6liBN
A young Marine finds a moment of quiet and solitude in which to offer up a prayer for the safety of himself and his comrades. Minutes later, the 1st Marine Division launched an offensive against entrenched communist troops. Ca. 1951.
Staff Segeant Edgar D. Bledsoe, of Olive Branch, Ill., carries a critically ill Vietnamese infant who was brought to Fire Support Base Pershing. Photo first published 1968. Charlie Haughey was drafted at 24 in 1967 and from March 1968 until May 1969, Haughey established an archive of more than 2,000 negatives, documenting the struggles of his brothers in arms. Photos rediscovered 2012.