U.S. troopers move forward on a littered street and through damaged buildings during the Tet Offensive in Hue, Vietnam.
Hue Vietnam Date:1968 Duration:3 min 9 sec Sound:NO SOUND
The activities of U.S. troops during the Tet Offensive in Vietnam. Three U.S. troopers crouch in the foreground outside a building. A tank turns around in a driveway. A fence covered with foliage. Buildings in the foreground. Troopers run carrying M-16s. A man runs with a bazooka on his shoulder. Two troopers come up in the foreground carrying rockets for bazooka. A medium tank approaches and turns to stop on a driveway. One man on the tank talks over phones. A mechanical mule being driven over a roadway past damaged buildings. Another mechanical mule approaches with supplies. Destroyed buildings and field. Rubble on ground. Men with M-16s. A man sitting on a parked mechanical mule. Damaged buildings in background. Troopers run forward looking for the enemy. Mechanical mules pass on the littered street. Troopers walk ahead of the mechanical mules. A mechanical mule with men aboard moving over a littered street. One man sitting on the vehicle holding head in hands. Troopers walk through rubble of buildings holding M-1 carbine. Pock-marked buildings, damaged by rifle and shell fire.
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