David Douglas Duncan, 1916-2018

David Douglas Duncan, one of the most influential photographers of the 20th century who was best known for his Korean and Vietnam War combat images, died June 7 in the South of France. He was 102.

Duncan served as a U.S. Marine Corps officer and combat photographer in World War II, then went on to produce memorable images of the wars in Korea and Vietnam and for Life magazine. That included a series of famed photographs he took during the 1968 Siege of Khe Sanh.

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