U.S. and South Vietnamese soldiers, M-60 tanks, and UH-1D helicopters at South Vietnamese positions in Kontum, Vietnam.
Kontum Vietnam Date:1972, April 28 Duration:2 min 50 sec Sound:NO SOUND
MACV (US Military Assistance Command, Vietnam) Advisory Team assists South Vietnamese soldiers in the evacuation of refugees from Kontum during the Nguyen Hue Campaign of the Vietnam War. Local Vietnamese in coolie hats near bicycles on a road. Soldiers on a tank as it moves along on a road. Billowing smoke on ridge from USAF Boeing B-52 Stratofortress air strikes. South Vietnamese soldiers, U.S. M-60 tanks and a U.S. Army Bell UH-1D Iroquois helicopter nearby. South Vietnamese positions around a helipad. Aerial view of the area. Smoke on ridge. Bomb craters and terrain damage in jungle foliage on the ridge. Officers observing bomb damage through open door of the helicopter. An American officer speaking into the radio headset. The pilot at controls in the cockpit.
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