The Saigon fire department had the job of collecting the dead from the streets during the Tet offensive. They had just placed this young girl, killed by U.S. helicopter fire, in the back of their truck, where her distraught brother found her.
When The New York Times published this photograph, it implied there was no proof that she was killed by American firepower.
Oh jeez, this photo hit right in the feels.
Philip Jones Griffiths
there is so much power here.