From left to right:
Henri Huet, Helicopter landing, Saigon, 1967
An-My Lê, Untitled, Mekong Delta, 1994
Lê Family Photograph, Huê, 1961
Royal Australian Air Force, Operation Baby Lift, Tan Son Nhat, Saigon, 1975
Ted Partin, An-My and Marine Force Recon, USS Peleliu, Coast of California, 2006
Full Metal Jacket, 1987
Platoon, 1986
An-My Lê, Untitled, Nam Ha, 1994
An-My Lê, Line Shack Supervisor, USS Ronald Reagan, North Arabian Gulf, 2009
Bob Cole, Combat Photographer Catherine Leroy, Saigon, 1967
An-My Lê, US Naval Hospital Ship Mercy, Vietnam, 2010
Vo An Khanh, Vietcong Improvised Operating Room, U Minh Forest, 1970
Pilson-Lê family photograph, California, 2008
Pilson-Lê family photograph, Rhode Island, 2010

An-My Lê was born in 1960 in Saigon. She came to the United Sates as a political refugee in 1975. She lives in Brooklyn and teaches photography at Bard College. She has had solo exhibitions at DIA: Beacon (2007-2008); the Henry Art Gallery, Seattle (2007); the San
Francisco Museum of Modern Art (2006); The Museum of Contemporary Photography, Chicago
(2006); and P.S. 1 Contemporary Art Center, New York (2002), among many others.