Views of the Dredge "New Jersey," operating in the Mekong River near Camp Dong Tam, in South Vietnam, during the Vietnam War.
Vietnam Date:1967, December 13 Duration:1 min 53 sec Sound:Yes
View of the Dredge, "New Jersey," employed by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to deepen a turning basin in the Mekong River, South Vietnam, during the Vietnam War. This action is part of the U.S. construction of the Dong Tam Base, in the Mekong Delta. Scene shifts to interior of engine room aboard the dredge where a rotating shaft and pump outlet are visible. On deck, camera focuses on sign above the bridge reading: "New Jersey." Sign above the doorway reads: "No Visitors Allowed." Views of dredging pipes laying across the ship's deck and extending out across floats, into the river. A boat tied up near the dredge. (Note: the only sound is essentially "wild.")
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