“Napalm Girl” was one of the most memorable
and iconic photos taken during the Vietnam War
June 8, 1972: Kim Phuc, center, running down a road nude near Trang Bang after a South Vietnamese Air Force napalm attack. (Photo by Nick Ut /AP) (The image is an Associated Press photograph that won the Pulitzer Prize for spot news.)
**Kimm Phuc survived her burns and is currently living in Canada. For more information on the photo, the story behind the photo, and Kimm Phuc’s story of survivial, click on ABC NEWS and/or Wikipedia.