The Press: Woman at War

She snapped combat pictures on a ridge at Iwo Jima while bullets sprayed around her. She cracked up in a Jeep under mortar fire in Cuba. She was threatened with hanging in a Communist prison in Hungary. She parachuted into Viet Cong territory and got back with the story and pictures she had gone after. But last week War Correspondent Dickey Chapelle's luck ran out. While covering a Marine operation near Chu Lai for the National Observer and radio station WOR, she stepped on a land mine and became the fourth war correspondent to...

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