ARVN soldiers being evacuated by helicopters after Operation Lam Son 719.
Laos Date:1971, March 28 Duration:4 min 36 sec Sound:NO SOUND
ARVN (Army of the Republic of Vietnam) soldiers assembled for evacuation after Operation Lam Son 719 in Laos during the Vietnam War. South Vietnamese soldiers on a hill top near Route 9. U.S. soldiers signal U.S. Army Bell UH-1 Iroquois (Huey) helicopters for landing. South Vietnamese soldiers hold onto their helmets and board waiting choppers under direction of ARVN officers. U.S. Army crew members assist them in boarding. A Vietnamese officer supervises as a line of soldiers moves along to board the helicopters. Military vehicles at the camp. U.S. soldiers talk to Vietnamese soldiers. ARVN soldiers seated in the UH-1s. U.S. soldiers in protective goggles around the helicopters with rotor blades spinning. Soldiers seated in helicopters as they take off. A military ambulance in the background. A U.S. Army CH-47 Chinook helicopter in flight. A UH-1 on ground. Military jeeps approach the helicopter. The ambulance driven away. An air ambulance helicopter lands on the field. A soldier checks the rotor blades atop the helicopter. U.S. soldiers stand around. Aerial view of the area around Route 9. A convoy moves along Route 9. Tents and military vehicles at the camp. U.S. and ARVN soldiers around stationary choppers. Construction material and dug up patches.
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