United States Marines help children in Cam Lo, Vietnam.
Cam Lo Vietnam Date:1967, July 23 Duration:2 min 31 sec Sound:NO SOUND
United States Civil Affairs officer of 3rd battalion 9th marine presents a girl her bike in Cam Lo, Vietnam. A man repairs a girl's bicycle in a shop. A boy assembles cable for hand breaks on the bicycle. ARVN (Army of the Republic of Vietnam) soldier with covers, pistol belt and holster leans up against the door of building. Other bicycles in the background in the shop. Man tightens the screws on chain guard of bicycle repaired. Sign in the background reads 'Beer Coke'. U.S. marines 1st Lieutenant James Pendlen along with a group of children. Jeep driver Ken R Bruce of Stringville. ARVN Sergeant Chau Vovan of Saigon loads the repaired bicycle into rear of parked jeep. Marine holds M-16 rifle. Viet children follow the jeep on bicycle. A marine takes out the bicycle from the jeep and returns it to the girl. Viet girl seated on the bicycle.
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