White phosphorous and napalm bombs being dropped on Viet Cong huts by a A-1E aircraft in Vietnam during Vietnam War.
Vietnam Date:1965, March 10 Duration:2 min 23 sec Sound:NO SOUND
A U.S. Air Force A-1E aircraft drops bombs on Viet Cong huts in wooded areas in Vietnam during Vietnam War. Smoke from white phosphorous and napalm bombs bursts spreads over the air along the side of a water body in Vietnam. A wooded region along the side of the water body. White smoke spread in the air. A-1E aircraft piloted by Captain Rice drops a napalm bomb on the Viet Cong huts in the wooded region and smoke rises. Several trees in the region. Smoke from the bursts spread over the trees. Black smoke mushrooms rise into the air. Flares and smoke from white phosphorous bombs bursts rise.
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