Aerial view of (USARV) United States Army Republic of Vietnam Headquarters Complex at Long Binh, Vietnam. View of surrounding areas.
A change of command at 2nd Field Force Artillery Headquarters at Long Binh, Vietnam. A U.S. 2nd Field Force soldier poses. A sign reads 'Headquarters II Field Force Vietnam Artillery'. Soldiers walk around outside the headquarters. Unit flags at the headquarters. Passing of colors to the new commander. Troops lined up on a field. Brigadier General Leo D. Kinnard speaks to the troops. Brigadier General Francis J. Roberts addresses troops. Lieutenant General Julian J. Ewell shakes hands with both of the brigadier generals.
Soldiers of the 221st Signal Company Vietnam have military payment certificates (MPC) exchanged at their headquarters in Long Binh Vietnam as part of a country wide general order. Soldiers in a line. A soldier with a typewriter creates a receipt. The soldiers with old (MPC) currency notes takes the receipt and proceeds towards the next officer. A soldier counts his notes at the typist's desk.
Scattered dead bodies of Vietcong soldiers lay on ground in a U.S. Army base. Badly wounded corpses with blood are seen. Blood splatters all over the ground. Belongings of the soldiers like sandals lay on ground near the corpses.
An ammunition dump at Long Binh, Vietnam. Stacks of 155mm artillery shells are loaded onto a truck by a crane, in groups of 16 at a time, on wooden skids holding 8 apiece.The soldiers are stripped to the waist. As a soldier unfastens a skid of 8 shells, from the crane, it falls over sideways. The other skid remains upright, as it is unfastened from the crane. In another scene, a large crane is used to stack shells in the ammunition dump.