The Project

In 1968 I was a 20 year-old U.S. Army combat photographer. My photographs from the Tet Offensive were published in Stars and Stripes newspaper and LIFE Magazine. Forty-nine years later I have located and conducted audio interviews with many of the men I photographed in 1968. 

In 68, they were 18, 19 and 20 years old.  Today, as men in their 70's, their experiences during Tet still haunt them. Many suffer from “missing time” as they witnessed things so painful, they’ve blocked much of it from their memory.

For many, their audio interviews help the healing process. 

My goal is to locate and interview all of the men in my photos and the photos of those you can upload, and create a dynamic gallery to compliment the Commemorative 50th Anniversary Exhibition that I have organized in conjunction with Stars and Stripes and the Newseum in Washington DC.   I ask for your help in locating the men I have been unable to find.