How the U.S. Army cares for its soldiers during the Vietnam War.
Vietnam Date:1967 Duration:3 min 17 sec Sound:Yes
U.S. soldiers slogging through muddy fields, along dirt roads and through jungles. A soldier with vegetation on his helmet (comouflage) speaks into a radiophone. A few U.S. soldiers talk among themselves in camp. A tank firing artillery. A helicopter firing rockets. An air ambulance helicopter. Soldiers boarding a Pan American jetliner for transport to Hawaii, for Rest and Recuperation. Signs reading:" Aloha R&R Hawaii' and 'Aloha R&R Personnel' displayed at Fort Derussy, in Hawaii. A group of men and women in a long canoe, enjoying themselves during "R and R." An Army Chaplain conducts religious service for soldiers in the field. Sign on a building reads: Army Community Service Center." An officer speaks with a woman military dependent at the center. A sign lists myriad types of assistance available. Two soldiers talk. A soldier gets a hair cut. Little school children at a school in Vietnam. Vietnamese people following an American soldier across a bridge. American soldiers under fire and firing weapons from the air, from tanks, and from small arms. A soldier loads a grenade launcher. An Army doctor treats an injured Vietnamese girl. American flag flying in the breeze.
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