U.S. Army provides aid and assistance to South Vietnamese people in support of Republic of Vietnam Development Program
Vietnam Date:1965 Duration:3 min 22 sec Sound:Yes
The U.S. Army provide military security in Vietnam to facilitate the Republic of Vietnam Revolutionary Development Program. U.S. Army tanks on the move. Vietnamese village on a river, with small boats at the bank. Irregular volunteer with M-16 walks over small bridge. Republic of Vietnam representatives in a rural village trying to win allegiance of the people with simple social and economic projects. Seen are persons providing health assistance, supervising small construction activities, and teaching school. U.S. Army officers advising Vietnamese officers as they consult a large map in a headquarters. U.S. Army advisory team listens as Vietnamese officer explains an agricultural project in rural Vietnam. District Advisor, a U.S. Army Major, named Taylor, converses with a South Vietnamese officer, during a meeting.
South Vietnamese rural townsfolk standing outside a building where American dentist is providing care to local populace. A U.S. Army roadbuilding project in rural South Vietnam. American soldiers handing out candy to Vietnamese children and distributing food and clothing to rural poor. U.S. Army Civil Affairs Companies, engaged in building construction, bridge construction, agriculture improvement, public health medical care and refugee assistance. U.S. Army surgical team providing services to the Vietnamese. Army engineers work on water supply system while small Vietnamese children bathe in the water. Supplies captured from the enemy, including rice, salt, food, clothing and medical supplies, are distributed to the local population.
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