First Lieutenant Allen Guest’s P-47D Thunderbolt burned out at USAAF Station AAF 408, Beaulieu after suffering a mechanical failure – 2nd June 1944 [2850×2170]

First Lieutenant Allen Guest’s P-47D Thunderbolt burned out at USAAF Station AAF 408, Beaulieu after suffering a mechanical failure – 2nd June 1944 [2850×2170]

A sheet of fire erupts into the air as the forward half of a F2H aircraft begins to slide down the on board USS Oriskany (CV 34). The plane crashed and burned but its pilot, Lieutenant F.J. Repp miraculously escaped without injury. March 30, 1954. [2872 x 2442]

A sheet of fire erupts into the air as the forward half of a F2H aircraft begins to slide down the on board USS Oriskany (CV 34). The plane crashed and burned but its pilot, Lieutenant F.J. Repp miraculously escaped without injury. March 30, 1954. [2872 x 2442]

Rubble and the remains of barbed wire line the streets of Cholon, a suburb of Saigon that was burned by South Vietnamese army troops in an effort to flush out any Viet Cong that remained after the Tet Offensive in late January, 1968. [1125 x 1771]

Rubble and the remains of barbed wire line the streets of Cholon, a suburb of Saigon that was burned by South Vietnamese army troops in an effort to flush out any Viet Cong that remained after the Tet Offensive in late January, 1968. [1125 x 1771]