R E Q U I E M
As Yankee Papa 13 approaches
the landing zone, Crew Chief James Farley opens fire with his M-60 machine
|Larry Burrows, who had covered the war
since 1963, was an unlikely war photographer. In his forties, he not only
was a master magazine photographer, but also a gentleman of amazing grace.
This essay, documenting the mission of a Marine helicopter, Yankee Papa
13, is probably the most famous of the war.
( Dirck Halstead )
For more about Larry Burrows, see EDITORIAL.
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