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Image not published in original story in LIFE.  An American Marine looks at the body of a North Vietnamese  killed during Operation Prairie near the DMZ during the Vietnam War, October 1966.

Larry Burrows photo: An American Marine looks at the body of a North Vietnamese killed during Operation Prairie near the DMZ during the Vietnam War, October

American Marines, Operation Prairie, near the DMZ during the Vietnam War, October 1966

American Marines, Operation Prairie, near the DMZ during the Vietnam War, October (Larry Burrows—Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images) A soldier's story: Rare images of Vietnam War.

Around the 1870s, cattle driving was on the move from Texas to the Midwest. Because of the shortage of cowboys, they needed incentive to hire on good workers. Colonel Charles Goodnight bought a war-surplus munitions wagon and converted it into a travelling kitchen. It was used to transport the food and other needed supplies along the way. It was named after its founder, Chuck Goodnight.

Detail from a larger photo of cowboys seated around a chuckwagon at their campsite in Belle Fouche [sic] South Dakota.

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