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Submachine guns captured by US troops from the North Vietnamese Army, 1960; top to bottom: Soviet PPS-43, German MP 40, Vietnamese K-50M (license-built Soviet PPSh-41)German paramilitary and border guard troops, Berlin, East Germany, 14 Aug 1961; note paramilitary personnel with Kar98k riflesForward twin 5”/38 caliber gun turrets aboard Allen M. Sumner-class destroyer USS O’Brien at Mare Island Naval Shipyard, 26 Aug 1961. Note the Hedgehog launchers behind the turrets.40mm Bofors mounts at the bow of French carrier La Fayette, 1962
Submachine guns captured by US troops from the North Vietnamese Army, 1960; top to bottom: Soviet PPS-43, German MP 40, Vietnamese K-50M (license-built Soviet PPSh-41)German paramilitary and border guard troops, Berlin, East Germany, 14 Aug 1961; note paramilitary personnel with Kar98k riflesForward twin 5”/38 caliber gun turrets aboard Allen M. Sumner-class destroyer USS O’Brien at Mare Island Naval Shipyard, 26 Aug 1961. Note the Hedgehog launchers behind the turrets.40mm Bofors mounts at the bow of French carrier La Fayette, 1962
Arisaka Type 38 rifle as seen in figure 3 of US Army Medical Department publication Nambu Type 14 pistol as seen in figure 1 of US Army Medical Department publication Type 100 submachine gun as seen in figure 2 of US Army Medical Department publication Type 96 light machine gun as seen in US Army Medical Department
Arisaka Type 38 rifle as seen in figure 3 of US Army Medical Department publication 'Wound Ballistics', 1962Nambu Type 14 pistol as seen in figure 1 of US Army Medical Department publication 'Wound Ballistics', 1962Type 100 submachine gun as seen in figure 2 of US Army Medical Department publication 'Wound Ballistics', 1962Type 96 light machine gun as seen in US Army Medical Department's Wound Ballistics publication, 1962
US Army CH-21C Shawnee helicopter transporting M101 105mm howitzer, circa 1960sAmerican helicopter lowering M101 105mm howitzer during the construction of a mountin-top fire base in Vietnam, 1 Jun 1968; the Marine in foreground was with US 3rd Marine DivisionMen of US 3rd Marine Division preparing to load a round into their M101 105mm howitzer, Vietnam, 1 Jun 1968Men of US 3rd Marine Division setting up two M101 105mm howitzers during the construction of a mountain-top fire base, Vietnam, 1 Jun 1968
US Army CH-21C Shawnee helicopter transporting M101 105mm howitzer, circa 1960sAmerican helicopter lowering M101 105mm howitzer during the construction of a mountin-top fire base in Vietnam, 1 Jun 1968; the Marine in foreground was with US 3rd Marine DivisionMen of US 3rd Marine Division preparing to load a round into their M101 105mm howitzer, Vietnam, 1 Jun 1968Men of US 3rd Marine Division setting up two M101 105mm howitzers during the construction of a mountain-top fire base, Vietnam, 1 Jun 1968
American troops taking delivery of a M101 105mm howitzer with ammunition pallet while a CH-47 Chinook helicopter landed another, Vietnam, 1968Men of Royal New Zealand Artillery carrying out a fire mission, Vietnam, late 1960sVietnamese soldiers with M1 Carbines and US special forces soldiers with M16 rifles, Vietnam, Sep 1968Vietnamese Navy Chief of Naval Operations Commodore Tran Van Chon and US Navy Chief of Naval Operations Admiral Thomas Moorer inspecting Vietnamese sailors armed with M1 Garand rifles, Vietname, Sep 1
American troops taking delivery of a M101 105mm howitzer with ammunition pallet while a CH-47 Chinook helicopter landed another, Vietnam, 1968Men of Royal New Zealand Artillery carrying out a fire mission, Vietnam, late 1960sVietnamese soldiers with M1 Carbines and US special forces soldiers with M16 rifles, Vietnam, Sep 1968Vietnamese Navy Chief of Naval Operations Commodore Tran Van Chon and US Navy Chief of Naval Operations Admiral Thomas Moorer inspecting Vietnamese sailors armed with M1 Garand rifles, Vietname, Sep 1
Female volunteer fighters of PoepleM114 howitzer of C Battery, 5th Battalion, US 42nd Artillery Regiment at Fire Suppor Base Thu Thua, Vietnam, date unknown, photo 1 of 2M114 howitzer of C Battery, 5th Battalion, US 42nd Artillery Regiment at Fire Suppor Base Thu Thua, Vietnam, date unknown, photo 2 of 2M114 howtizer of Kilo Battery, 1st Battalion, US 12th Marine Regiment during the Operation Kernel Blitz exercise, California, United States, 31 Jan 1984
Female volunteer fighters of Poeple's Self Defense Force with M1 Carbines, Kien Dien, 50 kilometers north of Saigon, Vietnam, 1961-1972M114 howitzer of C Battery, 5th Battalion, US 42nd Artillery Regiment at Fire Suppor Base Thu Thua, Vietnam, date unknown, photo 1 of 2M114 howitzer of C Battery, 5th Battalion, US 42nd Artillery Regiment at Fire Suppor Base Thu Thua, Vietnam, date unknown, photo 2 of 2M114 howtizer of Kilo Battery, 1st Battalion, US 12th Marine Regiment during the Operation Kernel Blitz exercise, California, United States, 31 Jan 1984

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