U.S. 1st Marine Aircraft Wing attacks to support the ground troops to move forward in enemy range in South Vietnam.
Vietnam Date:1967 Duration:5 min 16 sec Sound:Yes
U.S. 1st Marine Aircraft Wing in action in South Vietnam. Ground troops about 20 meters away from the enemy. 1st Marine Aircraft Wing Headquarter is contacted. Personnel at air base takes the information about location. Pilots are briefed by a briefing officer. He says three runs on target and last man calls off target. Pilots and crew run towards planes. They sit in F-4 Phantom and A-4 Sky Hawks. Crafts taxi out of revetments and take off. Ground troops fire. Bombers drop bombs on enemy targets. Fire due to explosion. Marine Forward Air Controller informs the base about accurate bombing. Ground troops move forward. Viet civilians walk on road.
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