Today Pegman treks to Laos, a country with no major urban centers, modern highways, or railways. Nonetheless, this landlocked kingdom garnered the full attention of the US military for the better part of fifty years. Despite not being at war, the US Air Force dropped more bombs on Laos between 1960 and 1973 than on all of Europe and Japan combined during the entire Second World War.
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