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August 02, 2000
Two young Vietnamese soldiers pay respects August 2, 2000 to comrades from a generation earlier killed...
Cam Lo, Viet Nam - Socialist Republic of
FOR RELEASE WITH STORY VIETNAM-USA-MISSING - YOUNG SOLDIERS PAY RESPECT TO DEAD COMRADES.
Two young Vietnamese soldiers pay respects August 2, 2000 to comrades from a generation earlier killed in bitter battles during the 1968 Tet Offensive. They were helping to excavate a site at Cam Lo, central Vietnam, which a former U.S. marine said could hide the remains of as many as 600 communist soldiers. Remains recovered from the site were wrapped in the blue bags in the foreground of the picture and will eventually be moved to a nearby war cemetary.

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VIETNAM USA MISSING
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August 02, 2000
Vietnamese soldiers excavate a site at Cam Lo, central Vietnam, August 2, 2000, which a former U.S. marine...
Cam Lo, Viet Nam - Socialist Republic of
FOR RELEASE WITH STORY VIETNAM-USA-MISSING - YOUNG SOLDIERS EXCAVATE THE SITE OF SOLDIERS' REMAINS.
Vietnamese soldiers excavate a site at Cam Lo, central Vietnam, August 2, 2000, which a former U.S. marine said could hide the remains of as many as 600 communist soldiers killed during the 1968 Tet Offensive. Remains recovered from the site will eventually be moved to a nearby war cemetary.

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VIETNAM NOODLES
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September 09, 1999
(FOR RELEASE WITH GENERAL FEATURE BC-VIETNAM-NOODLES) - Ngo Toai, 87, a Viet Cong veteran, looks at his...
Ho Chi Minh City, Viet Nam - Socialist Republic of
VIET CONG VETERAN NGO TOAI LOOKS AT HIS MEDALS.
(FOR RELEASE WITH GENERAL FEATURE BC-VIETNAM-NOODLES) - Ngo Toai, 87, a Viet Cong veteran, looks at his medals and a portrait of former revolutionary leader Ho Chi Minh, upstairs in his Saigon noodle shop which he had allowed to be used for the planning of the famous Vietnam War 1968 Tet offensive. In the early years of the war, Toai, who remains a committed communist, led a double life: seller of noodles to U.S. personnel and undercover revolutionary. Photo taken September 8.

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VIETNAM NOODLES
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September 09, 1999
(FOR RELEASE WITH GENERAL FEATURE BC-VIETNAM-NOODLES) - Ngo Toai, 87, a Viet Cong veteran, wears his...
Ho Chi Minh City, Viet Nam - Socialist Republic of
VIET CONG VETERAN NGO TOAI SALUTES OUTSIDE HIS SAIGON NOODLE SHOP.
(FOR RELEASE WITH GENERAL FEATURE BC-VIETNAM-NOODLES) - Ngo Toai, 87, a Viet Cong veteran, wears his military uniform and salutes outside his Saigon noodle shop which he had allowed to be used for the planning of the famous Vietnam War 1968 Tet offensive. In the early years of the war, Toai, who remains a committed communist, led a double life: seller of noodles to U.S. personnel and undercover revolutionary. Photo taken September 8.

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VIETNAM NOODLES
RTRQZZA
September 09, 1999
(FOR RELEASE WITH GENERAL FEATURE BC-VIETNAM-NOODLES) - Ngo Toai, 87, a Viet Cong veteran, peers out...
Ho Chi Minh City, Viet Nam - Socialist Republic of
VIET CONG VETERAN NGO TOAI PEERS OUT OF HIS SAIGON NOODLE SHOP.
(FOR RELEASE WITH GENERAL FEATURE BC-VIETNAM-NOODLES) - Ngo Toai, 87, a Viet Cong veteran, peers out from the window of his Saigon noodle shop which he had allowed to be used for the planning of the famous Vietnam War 1968 Tet offensive. In the early years of the war, Toai, who remains a committed communist, led a double life: seller of noodles to U.S. personnel and undercover revolutionary. Photo taken September 8.

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VIETNAM
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January 29, 1998
Vietnamese youngsters enjoy a ride on a model of a fighter plane at a makeshift fair in Hanoi January...
Vietnamese youngsters enjoy a ride on a model of a fighter plane at a makeshift fair in Hanoi Januar.....
Vietnamese youngsters enjoy a ride on a model of a fighter plane at a makeshift fair in Hanoi January 29. This week's Tet celebrations mark the 30th anniversary of the 1968 Tet offensive, when North Vietnamese Communist troops mounted surprise attacks on the U.S. forces throughout Southern Vietnam. Despite suffering major losses, the event is seen as a turning point in the Vietnam War.
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