ON PATROL IN VIETNAM - 2 - HD In Vietnam, U.S. soldiers patrol a village and arrest Viet Cong members. A soldier expresses his doubts to a reporter about the recently declared Christmas truce. Transferred from film to HD - uncompressed and ProRes HQ - available in all forms of HD and SD.
Date: December 23, 1966 - BLACK/WHITE Source: Film: 16P Length: 00:01:01:00, With Audio
GI DESCRIBES THE PLEI ME BATTLE - 1965 A young GI describes his experiences during the Viet Cong seige of Plei Me Special Forces Camp. A relief column brought help but were themselves ambushed before successfully turning the tide on the battle.
PLEI ME RELIEF COLUMN TO THE RESCUE - 1965 - 1 Reinforcements arrive to help troops pinned down by Viet Cong during a seige at the Plei Me Special Forces Camp in Vietnam. Men are interviewed about their ordeal and a helicopter arrives while soldiers stay under cover from sniper fire.
U.S. MARINES OFFER MEDICAL CARE TO VIETNAMESE VILLAGERS - 1965 U.S. Marines in Vietnam show a side to the war not often seen as they administer medical care to villagers. They are taking part in medical civic action projects (MEDCAPs) intended to offer assistance to villagers in hopes the people will turn against the Vietcong regime.
MARINES SEARCH FOR VIET CONG - 1965 U.S. Marines fly into an area of Vietnam then move cautiously through rice paddies and jungles searching for possible booby traps as they hunt for Viet Cong guerilla forces.
VIETNAMESE PEOPLE ADDRESSED On a South Vietnamese "Independence Day", Lt. Colonel Frederick Ackerson of the First Battalion, Fifth Cavalry assures an assembled group of South Vietnamese villagers that the US will protect them from the Vietcong.
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