Here's an article in the Daily Mail that shows some very evocative photo's taken by Vietnam vet Christopher Gaynor in 1967-68. He kept them locked away for 40 years until rediscovering them in 2007, and he has recently shared them on his Facebook page after they rekindled his desire to reconnect with old comrades and start working to help veterans which eventually led to him becoming a consultant on a re-enactment film about the war called "In Country".
He clearly had an eye for a good photo as these shots are far better than many available on the internet today, in short they are excellent and at the same time thought provoking, as some of them are of buddies of his who didn't make it back home. A wonderful and humbling set of personal moments frozen in time.
Vietnam veteran's forgotten photos unveiled after 47 years | Daily Mail Online