A film titled 'Saigon Target Zero' on the 1968 Tet Offensive on Saigon, Vietnam during the Vietnam War. Information about the role of Army of the Republic of Vietnam ( ARVN ) psychological warfare teams in defeating Viet Cong forces. Street scenes in Saigon in preparation for Tet. People on the streets. Buildings in an area. Tet is considered as sacred time of the year. People in a market. They pray in a church. Vietcong troops attack Saigon. Smoke rises from bombardment and firing. Burning buildings in the city. Heavy columns of smoke rise up from the burning buildings. People flee from the city. The U.S. Army and the Army of the Republic of Vietnam (ARVN) in action. Soldiers aboard military vehicles moving on a street. Soldiers with rifles walk along the streets and fire. The soldiers fire rifles. Smoke rises from the firing. Damaged buildings along street sides. Prisoners being taken by the troops.
U.S. air strikes in Vietnam during the Vietnam War. M-117 bombs explode near and on road on wooden slopes near river north of Pleiku near Dak To, on 18 August, 1968. USAF (United States Air Force) F-100 Super Sabre jet fighter aircraft drops Mark 82 (Mk.82) high-drag (HD) bombs. The bombs descend and explode on structures in grove of trees near rice paddies 23 miles east of Binh Thuy on 19th August. USAF McDonnell Douglas F-4 Phantom II bomber aircraft drop two Mk.84 HD bombs. The bombs descend and explode near structures in grove of tress in agricultural area 30 miles southwest of Saigon on 19 August, 1968.
A film on the 1968 Tet Offensive on Saigon, Vietnam during the Vietnam War. Soldiers aboard military vehicles moving along a road. Soldiers aboard tanks. They fire rifles. The enemy attempted to capture the Saigon radio station. When they were not able to capture the radio station, they set fire to the building. Heavy columns of smoke rise from the burning building. A fire fighting squad in action. Firemen douse the fire. Dead bodies and wrecked equipment on a street. Interrogation of Viet Cong prisoners. Captured weapons of Chinese or Russian origin.
A film on the 1968 Tet Offensive on Saigon, Vietnam during the Vietnam War. Army of the Republic of Vietnam ( ARVN ) psychological warfare team in a combat area. Soldiers in the area. Damaged buildings along street sides and fire in buildings. Soldiers speak on loudspeakers and call on the people to remain calm. Heavy smoke columns rise from burning buildings. Civilians run and flee on a street. They are being evacuated by the soldiers to refugee centers. The soldiers help them to get out of the area. Doctors and nurses help the wounded civilians. A soldier speaks on a loudspeaker. A fire fighting squad in operation. Firemen douse fires.
A film on the 1968 Tet Offensive on Saigon, Vietnam during the Vietnam War. Soldiers lying in prone positions. A loudspeaker on a street. Soldiers fire rifles. A helicopter hovers over the area. Jeeps parked along a street. Soldiers move in the area. The surrender of Vietcong troops. The soldiers walk with the prisoners. Soldiers aboard a jeep moving along the area. Dead bodies of Vietcong soldiers and wrecked weapons on a street. Heavy columns of smoke rise after the combat. Civilians flee.
A film on the 1968 Tet Offensive on Saigon, Vietnam during the Vietnam War. Damaged buildings and wrecked equipment in an area. Soldiers fire rifles. Smoke rises from firing and bombardment. Civilians are evacuated by the soldiers. A soldier talks over a phone. Soldiers fire rifles. They fire machine guns and other guns.