The Vietnamese WACs issue uniforms to the women recruits in Saigon, Vietnam.
Saigon Vietnam Date:1965, March 9 Duration:3 min 48 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Vietnamese Women's Army Corps stationed in Saigon, Vietnam. The WACs walk in long columns in a compound. A concrete building in view. American WACs Major Kathleen I. Wilkes and Sergeant Betty L. Adams serve as advisors of the Vietnam Women's Army Corps. They help the Vietnamese WACs. The Vietnamese WACs issue uniforms to the women recruits. Several new recruits wear native dress. Blouses are held against the girls for possible fit. Sergeant Adams tries a jacket on a new recruit. A Vietnamese woman works at a sewing machine. Major Wilkes, Sergeant Adams, Vietnamese WAC Sergeant and a Vietnamese girl walk out of the building.
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