May 26, 2013 4:30 PM
During his time as a photographer in Vietnam, Charlie Haughey chronicled the daily life of soldiers in his battalion. Once his tour ended, his nearly 2,000 photo negatives ended up in a shoebox, hidden away. Now, after 45 years, Haughey's mesmerizing images of men battling the hardships and ennui of war are seeing the light of day. Lee Cowan reports.