196th Light Infantry Brigade company disassembles and burns NVA huts in Vietnam.
Vietnam Date:1968, January 14 Duration:2 min 47 sec Sound:NO SOUND
United States Army soldiers of B Company, 196th Light Infantry Brigade during Vietnam War. Soldiers patrol through an area of damaged trees. Two soldiers examine an entrance hold at a tunnel. A soldier hands another soldier a white canister that the latter puts down into the hole. A soldier smokes a cigarette and looks at the leaves. U.S. Army Soldiers disassemble partially standing huts (which had been used by North Vietnamese Army NVA 2nd Regiment), pile up wood and straw of huts that they tore down, and set it on fire. A soldier operates a 16mm movie camera and films the event. Smoke rises from the pile of huts and materials set on fire.
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