U.S. airlift of Vietnemese refugees during the Vietnam war.
Vietnamese refugees clog roads as the walk south carrying their possessions. Some are seen leaving buses qnd boarding by the rear ramp of a U.S. Air Force C-141 aircraft of the Military Airlift Command (MAC), at Tan Son Nhut airfield, Saigon, Vietnam. Numerous boats arriving at southern port in Vietnam, carrying refugees. A MAC C-141 taking off with refugees, behind a Pan American World Airways, Boeing 747jet transport, contracted by MAC to provide additional airlift. A U.S. airman assisting refugees in the airport lounge. Glimpse of a MAC C-141 in flight. Refugees crowded, sitting on the floors, in the airport in the airport terminal.
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