Americans in Vietnam never seemed to run out of ways to burn things down, whether it be flame tanks, flame boats, napalm canisters dropped from planes, helicopters armed with white phosphorus rockets, or simply ground troops with zippo cigarette lighters.  The means were seemingly endless.   


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Vietnam. Marine Corps flame thrower tank in action, 01/1966
Photo courtesy of NARA, Records of the U.S. Marine Corps, 1775 - 9999

Americans in Vietnam never seemed to run out of ways to burn things down, whether it be flame tanks, flame boats, napalm canisters dropped from planes, helicopters armed with white phosphorus rockets, or simply ground troops with zippo cigarette lighters.  The means were seemingly endless.   


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Vietnam. Marine Corps flame thrower tank in action, 01/1966

Photo courtesy of NARA, Records of the U.S. Marine Corps, 1775 - 9999

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