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Khe Sanh, South Vietnam, March 1968: Hospital Corpsman Theodore Rutkowski of Pittsburgh lies on the ground just outside of Khe Sanh's outer defenses and uses a stethoscope to listen for signs of Viet Cong tunneling beneath the beleaguered base.
Khe Sanh, South Vietnam, March 1968: Hospital Corpsman Theodore Rutkowski of Pittsburgh lies on the ground just outside of Khe Sanh's outer defenses and uses a stethoscope to listen for signs of Viet Cong tunneling beneath the beleaguered base. (John Olson/Stars and Stripes)

Khe Sanh, South Vietnam, March 1968: Hospital Corpsman Theodore Rutkowski of Pittsburgh lies on the ground just outside of Khe Sanh’s outer defenses and uses a stethoscope to listen for signs of Viet Cong tunneling beneath the beleaguered base.

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