Operations of United States Air Force Special Warfare Forces assisting allies in Asia. Firepower demonstrations
Vietnam Date:1965 Duration:4 min 42 sec Sound:Yes
U.S. Air Force C-123 lands on primitve air strip in Vietnam. . Supply barrels are rolled out from plane, while engines are running. South Vietnamese troops march out of the rear door of an aircraft. Various supplies are loaded onto aircraft, at a supply depot, including a large basket of live birds. Wounded are transferred from ambulances to airplanes. A C-123 takes off from the remote airfield. View of pilots in cockpit of Special Warfare Forces C-123 aircraft. A psychological warfare airplane drops leaflets, and a Vietnamese soldier broadcasts announcements through loudspeakers. Huts at a remote village where medical supplies are needed to curb an infectious disease. U.S. Air Force personnel unload a foot locker of medicines from a C-47 aircraft. A U.S. advisor on horseback. A bullock team prepared to work. U.S. Doctors and dentists work with indigenous counterparts to treat civilians. People seeking medical and dental care are lined up outside a building. U.S. Airmen instruct indigenous in aircraft maintenance procedures. U.S. Air Force fire power demonstation for Asian Allies includes straffing and bombing by Douglas Skyraiders. Views of the variable sweep wing F-111aircraft in changing configurations. F-100 aircraft firing rockets. Headon view of a C-130 skimming the ground as it executes a parachute extraction delivery of supplies on a skid platform. F-100s dropping napalm. Parachuted supplies dropping out of an aircraft. View from tanker as an F-4 approaches for aerial refueling. A C-130 landing in cloud of dust at remote airfield. F-105s in flight and launching ordnance. C-123 in flight. F-111 flying with wings closed tight. Exploding flares and bombs.
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