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Search And Destroy Featured Related Images Print

Search And Destroy

The second wave of combat helicopters of the 1st Air Cavalry Division fly over an RTO and his commander on an isolated landing zone during Operation Pershing, a search and destroy mission on the Bong Son Plain and An Lao Valley of South Vietnam, during the Vietnam War. The two American soldiers are waiting for the second wave to come in. (Photo by Patrick Christain/Getty Images)

Curtiss C-46F-1-CU Commando N4877V Featured Related Images Print

Curtiss C-46F-1-CU Commando N4877V

Curtiss C-46F-1-CU Commando N4877V (msn 22442) of Capitol Airways., disposed of to the Foreign Liquidation commission on 20 August 1947 and bought by Claire L. Chennault and Whiting Willauer in 1948 as N8309C. To XT Reg. Central Air Transport Corp. on 19 December 1949. Bought by CAT SA in December 1952. Bought by Flying Tiger Line on 19 January 1953 as N4877V. Bought by Intercontinental Airways on 29 June 1953. Bought by Interair Parts Corporation on 17 July 1953. Bought by F. A. Miller and D. Rich on 17 July 1953. Transferred 18 December 1953 to Airplane Enterprises. Leased by Capitol Airways in Apr 1954 registered N4877V. Bought by Bird and Sons Inc. on 3 November 1961. Crashed at Phou Fa (LS 16), Laos on 31 August 1962. Date: circa 1957

© The Peter Butt Aviation Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library

Family of Red-shanked douc langur Featured Related Images Print

Family of Red-shanked douc langur

The red-shanked douc is native to Indochina; Vietnam, Southern Laos and possibly Northeastern Cambodia. Doucs are found in a variety of habitats: from lowland to mountainous terrain up to 2,000 m (6,600 feet), semi-deciduous, primary and secondary rainforests, in the mid to upper levels of the canopy. They occasionally get on the ground to drink water or eat dirt that contains minerals