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101st Airborne: The Screaming Eagles in World War II by Mark Bando

By Mark Bando

The mythical “band of brothers” in WWII in stirring phrases and images, from their ancient touchdown in Normandy to the Allied victory in Europe.

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This is not only a technically innovative image but also one that attempts to stretch conventional representations of air fire that links the human technicians with the lethal weapons. We also see action shots of an F-4C Phantom swooping toward a riverside village and firing rockets into it and images of an A-1 Skyraider dropping phosphorous bombs on village huts in Ban De— the explosions and afterburning are spectacularly colorful. Eschewing the intimacy of the Papa Yankee 13 essay, this essay is markedly dispassionate in its presentation of violence and its aftermath.

Overall, the imagery connotes confusion and loss of control as the city breaks apart and homes are reduced to rubble. 8). On each side of her, soldiers walk in the opposite direction, carrying their own accoutrements— guns, backpacks, ammunition belts. They pass silently not looking at each other. The road is churned mud, and they are surrounded by the debris of bombing on all sides. It is as though two worlds have walked right past each other. To be sure, the woman is a civilian victim, but she has her belongings and appears to move purposefully, holding what remains of her world together— an individual compressed into limited space— her belongings a metonymy of her shattered world.

S. incursion into Laos in early 1971. On February 10 he boarded a South Vietnamese helicopter with three other photographers— Henri Huet, Keisaburo Shimamoto, and Kent Potter— and flew into Laos. The helicopter was hit by antiaircraft fire and crashed. 40 Since his death, Burrows has been mythologized as the prototype of the fearless professional and the compassionate photographer, witnessing on behalf of others. It is a compelling myth and one that has influenced many young photographers. s. soldier and Vietnamese woman and child in rach Kien, Vietnam, 1966.

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