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[Photo] One Japanese freighter beached and burning and another grounded by the stern and trailing oil on the coast of French Indochina (Vietnam) north of Qui Nhon after being attacked by 175 USN carrier planes, Jan 12, 1945.

One Japanese freighter beached and burning and another grounded by the stern and trailing oil on the coast of French Indochina (Vietnam) north of Qui Nhon after being attacked by 175 USN carrier planes, Jan 12, 1945.

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A Vietnamese mother and her children wade across a river, fleeing a bombing raid on Qui Nhon by United States aircraft on Sept. 7, 1965.

10 Sep 1965, Qui Nhon, South Vietnam -- While most of the men in a village, north of Qui Nhon, fled their homes as the US Marines marched in, some still remained. Here, Cpl. John Glover of Miami, FL, carries a sick old Vietnamese man to an aid station as a Marine buddy walks nearby looking for snipers, the "unknown enemy", that constantly threatens the leathernecks in a village which was heavily infiltrated by the Viet Cong.

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Vietnam War Medical KIA - Capt. Eleanor Grace Alexander (September 18, 1940 - November 30, 1967), an Army nurse stationed at the 85th Evacuation Hospital in Qui Nhon, had been sent to a hospital in Pleiku to help out during a push. With her when the plane crashed on the return trip to Qui Nhon were three other nurses, Hedwig Diane Orlowski, Jerome E. Olmstead, and Kenneth R. Shoemaker. Alexander was 27. I was at Qui Nhon for a while. There was some heavy fighting there at times.

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Army nurse 1st Lt. Sharon Forman looks out from medical helicopter with hospital below in Qui Nhon, South Vietnam, Feb. 9, 1966. (AP Photo/Eddie Adams)

Members of the 1st Signal Brigade, Qui Nhơn, Vietnam, 1969-1970 - Christopher D. Ammons Papers ~ Vietnam War