Heavily crowded street outside the Saigon city hall in Saigon,Vietnam. Several pedestrians inside a flower farm. Different species of flowers can be seen. Flowers being loaded on vehicles.Two vietnamese girls look at flowers. An old gardener with flower pot in hands.Native men,women and children inside the Ben Thanh Market. Native woman buys pears. Natives buy crockery and sweets.
Heavily crowded street scenes during Tet (New Year) festival with celebrants dressed up for the occasion. This temple known as Lang Ong, is located about 5 kilometers north-east of Saigon center. Vehicular traffic includes cars, two-wheelers and cycle-rickshaws. Large number Vietnamese enter a Buddhist temple. People light incense sticks. (Usually after that they would shake a long canister to shuffle the sticks inside, then pull out one to read the message already written to reveal the future.) People gather in a circle to witness the traditional lion dance performed by two artists.
United States Navy personnel of the Light Attack Squadron (VAL) after their arrival at Tan Son Nhut airport in Saigon Vietnam. Soldiers standing at the airport terminal building. A sailor smokes while an official discusses with a group. Crewmen talking and joking with each other. Customs official checking the luggage of a sailor .
United States Navy soldiers of the Light Attack Squadron (VAL-4) after their landing at the Tan Son Nhut Airport terminal in Saigon Vietnam. Navy men walk out of the terminal building with their personal luggage after their checking by custom inspectors. Soldiers waiting in line at a cashier's window for their money to be exchanged. Men signs currency control certificate, receives currency notes and counts them.
United States Shadow III AC-119 gunships in Vietnam. Flares and mini gun tracers being fired from United States AC-119 at night. Lights in the dark. Lights in Saigon at night.
Vietnam tour by U.S. Deputy Secretary of Defense, David Packard. Mr.Packard enters the Vietnamese Naval shipyard, Saigon. A motorcade seen. Vietnamese personnel in the background. Cars enter a gate. Mr Packard meets Commodore Tran Van Chon, Chief of Naval Operations,Vietnamese Navy and Captain Bich, Commander of Republic of Vietnam Naval shipyard. Mr Packard meets with several Vietnamese officers. Mr Packard ; U.S. Vice Admiral Elmo Russell Zumwalt, Comnavforces, Vietnam and Commodore Chon look at the map of the shipyard. Mr Packard enters a car. The car moves. Republic of Vietnam military police in a jeep. The official party departs the shipyard.
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