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Two battalions of North Vietnamese have invaded the suburbs of this district town and disrupted traffic on the road to Saigon.
The Cao Dai sect controls much of the populace in this region.
(AP Photo/Nick Ut) Injured civilians and soldiers flee on Route One near Trang Bang, Vietnam, June 8, 1972, after a South Vietnamese plane targeting suspected Viet Cong positions dropped its flaming napalm on the civilian village.
(AP Photo/Nick Ut) South Vietnamese forces follow after terrified children, including 9-year-old Kim Phuc, center, as they run down Route 1 near Trang Bang after an aerial napalm attack on suspected Viet Cong hiding places, June 8, 1972.
A South Vietnamese plane accidentally dropped its flaming napalm on South Vietnamese troops and civilians.
The terrified girl had ripped off her burning clothes while fleeing.
(AP Photo/Nick Ut) A Skyraider, a propeller driven plane of the Vietnamese Airforce (VNAF) 518th Squadron, drops one bomb with incendiary napalm and white phosphorus jelly over Trang Bang village, in this June 8, 1972 photo.
Fire bombs hit South Vietnamese civilians and government troops, killing and injuring a score of them, in an attempt to flush out enemy.
The image was unprecedented at the time for the Associated Press news wire, due to full frontal nudity depicted of the bombing victims.
Although somewhat controversial, Ut’s fellow Associated Press colleagues, Hal Buell and Horst Faas deemed the photograph news-worthy and its value overrode the nudity in the image and it was widely distributed on the AP newswire.
(AP Photo/Nick Ut) A Vietnamese man and woman carry severely burned children down Route One after a misdirected napalm attack by South Vietnamese pilots in the village of Trang Bang, South Vietnam June 8, 1972.
The aerial attack was intended for enemy forces on the outskirts of the village.