United States Marines during 'Operation Buffalo' follow M48A1 in Con Thien, Vietnam.
Con Thien Vietnam Date:1967, July 4 Duration:2 min 41 sec Sound:NO SOUND
United States Marines during the 'Operation Buffalo' in Con Thien, Vietnam. M48A1 tank of 'A' company parked on the grass field. Tank moves on the field. Marines carrying several M-72 66 mm LAAW (Light Anti-Armor Weapon) move forward. Marines with PRC-25 radios on their backs move forward and fire M-16 rifles. They move following the tank. Some marines in the foreground look towards the tank parked on the field. Marines kneel in bomb crater on the field. They fire M-16 rifles. A marine looks into the entrance of a NVA (North Vietnamese army) bunker. Other marine holding M-16 rifle kneels atop a bunker. A marine seated in a small trench.
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