U.S. and South Vietnamese soldiers dig trenches, man mortar guns and evacuate refugees in Kontum, Vietnam.
Kontum Vietnam Date:1972, May 2 Duration:3 min 5 sec Sound:NO SOUND
United States and South Vietnamese soldiers defend Kontum during the Nguyen Hue Campaign of the Vietnam War. U.S. and South Vietnamese officers discussing a map. South Vietnamese soldiers digging trenches. An American soldier watches. An M-72 LAW (Light Anti-Tank Weapon or Light Anti-Armor Weapon). A South Vietnamese soldier holding a M-72 LAW. A U.S. M151 MUTT (Military Utility Tactical Truck) parked in a protective ditch. South Vietnamese soldiers sitting in an 81mm mortar emplacement. South Vietnamese soldiers digging trenches. Vietnamese refugees being evacuated by helicopter. Native women in traditional Vitnamese hats. American and Vietnamese soldiers in a helicopter.
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