MACV Advisory Team loads supplies into a CH-47 helicopter as Vietnamese refugees await evacuation in Kontum, Vietnam.
Kontum Vietnam Date:1972, April 28 Duration:5 min 22 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. Aerial view of the Kontum airfield. A burning aircraft on the ground. South Vietnamese ammunition trucks caught in NVA (North Vietnamese Army) ambush. Smoking and exploding ordinance. Vietnamese defensive positions in Kontum City and in the surrounding terrain. A U.S. Colonel talking on the radio during an inspection flight in a U.S. Army UH-1D Iroquois or 'Huey' helicopter. Billowing smoke on Highway QL 14. A U.S. Army Boeing CH-47 Chinook helicopter landing at a helipad in the area. MACV (US Military Assistance Command, Vietnam) Advisory Team assists in the evacuation of refugees from Kontum. The team loads supplies into the helicopter. South Vietnamese refugees waiting to board helicopter for evacuation. A Vietnamese soldier talks to the refugees.
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