U.S. A-1E aircraft bombs Viet Cong huts along a river in Buon Ol,Quang Duc in Vietnam during Vietnam War.
Quang Duc Vietnam Date:1965, March 12 Duration:1 min 45 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Aerial views as U.S. Air Force aircraft bombard Viet Cong huts around Quang Duc Province during Vietnam War in Vietnam. Fields and Viet Cong huts five miles North of Buon Ol, Quang Duc Province. A few target areas bombed by U.S. Air Force A-1E aircraft. Smoke, fire ball, and fire rising from the bombed areas. Fields in the area. A river flows among the fields. Viet Cong huts along the river edge exploded by Napalm and White Phosphorous bombs dropped by U.S. Air Force A-1E aircraft piloted by Captain Eichelberger. Black smoke mushrooms due to explosions. White smoke and flares rise from the White Phosphorous explosions.
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