I agree. This is a sad picture. This is just a glimpse of war. A snapshot in time forever stored in the history of man kind. What is even sadder is the way our brothers and sisters that fought for our country were treated when they returned home. Their HOME, our HOME. There are no photos of the receptions they got when they returned, the being spat on, called baby killers, etc. I have a lot of friends who were in country then. I've heard the stories they had to tell, when they wanted to. I'm not in any means trying to start a war of words here. All I'm saying is... Yes this is a horrible thing this child had to experience. Some of our kids, yes our 18 yr old, fresh out of high school, kids were drafted and never made it home. Next time you run into a Vietnam Vet, no matter where, look them in the eye, stretch out your hand, and say "Welcome Home". Then look at the story his face tells you.