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Roxanna Brown, right, in May 1972, visiting Time Magazine correspondent David DeVoss after he was injured in a mortar attack. Seeing that DeVoss was immobilized, Brown teasingly lifted his bed clothes to peek at his naked body. “It was one of those funny wartime situations,” DeVoss recalled. “Let’s laugh and have a good time ‘cause tomorrow we may die.”
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Roxanna Brown, right, in May 1972, visiting Time Magazine correspondent David DeVoss after he was injured in a mortar attack. Seeing that DeVoss was immobilized, Brown teasingly lifted his bed clothes to peek at his naked body. “It was one of those funny wartime situations,” DeVoss recalled. “Let’s laugh and have a good time ‘cause tomorrow we may die.”

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