U.S. MARINES BRING WOUNDED GIRL HOME - 1965 U.S. Marines escort a little girl who was wounded during fighting to an amphibious tractor for the trip to her home in Tuiel Diem, Republic of Vietnam. The little girl and her entourage enter and exit the tractor as she goes on her journey.
Date: October 23, 1965 - BLACK/WHITE Source: Film: 16P Length: 00:01:14:00, No Audio
VIETNAM MILITARY COMMUNICATIONS CENTER BUILT Air Force helicopters fly materials for a radio relay station up to a 3,000-foot high peak in South Vietnam. The new communication center sits atop a Buddhist temple where it will be used to keep remote outposts in touch with the Command Center. PLEASE NOTE: VIDEO & AUDIO OF NEWS ANCHORS & REPORTERS IS NOT AVAILABLE FOR LICENSING.
HELICOPTERS USED IN VIETNAM JUNGLE RAIDS Troops are flown into Vietnam by helicopters to conduct surprise jungle raids known as "eagle flights." Passenger POVs of soldiers parachuting out of whirlybirds then they're off to round up enemy guerillas.
SOUTH VIETNAM HIT BY FLOODS & WAR Helicopters from the U.S. carrier "Princeton" rush food supplies into war-torn South Vietnam following heavy rains and flooding that claims the lives of 7,000 and leaves thousands more homeless.
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