Sergeant Albert Morgan Jr. Online Photo Exhibit

Sergeant Albert Morgan Jr. is a native of Little Rock, Arkansas. He was drafted into service during the Vietnam War when he was 19 years old. The experience changed his life forever. Morgan arrived in Vietnam on December 5th, 1969. The snapshots he took offer a special glimpse into the camaraderie of troops, scenery, and the captions give us an intimate impression of the soldier's longing for home.

To my pal, Annetta from Albert who is almost too weak to fight it.  The thing is I can't stop now.

To my pal, Annetta from Albert who is almost too weak to fight it. The thing is I can't stop now.

To Jocelyn from Albert

To Jocelyn from Albert

Champ

Champ

Out of sight

Out of sight

Doing it man

Doing it man

To Faye, from a lonely man, the power of love is at your hand.  Its you that I need. I love you. From Albert (Ankhe) 3,18,70

To Faye, from a lonely man, the power of love is at your hand. Its you that I need. I love you. From Albert (Ankhe) 3,18,70

To hear Sergeant Morgan's story in his own words visit our YouTube page. 

https://youtu.be/dLGQAdJm9yY