From the Archives: The Cold War

1966_Hill 22

Pfc. James G. Moles, left and  Pfc. Edward R. Creager were among the 150 Marines stationed on Hill 22 in January 1966. HOWARD SILBER/THE WORLD-HERALD

Pfc. James G. Moles, left and Pfc. Edward R. Creager were among the 150 Marines stationed on Hill 22 in January 1966. HOWARD SILBER/THE WORLD-HERALD

“Hill 22 Really a Graveyard”
Marines buried the Viet Cong there. Pictured are Pfc. James G. Moles, 20, Raymond, NE, assistant machine gunner, and Pfc. Edward R. Creager, 19, Omaha, NE, rifleman.
1/28/1966

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