Deputy Secretary of Defense David Packard and officers at a naval shipyard and the Small Boat School in Vietnam.
Vietnam Date:1969, November 21 Duration:1 min 53 sec Sound:NO SOUND
U.S. Deputy Secretary of Defense David Packard on a tour of Vietnam. David Packard walks at a naval shipyard in Saigon. Commodore Tran Van Chon, Chief of Naval Operations ;Vietnamese Navy, walks with Mr Packard. U.S. Vice Admiral E. R. Zumwalt, Comnavforces, Vietnam and Mr. Packard look at Ferro cement boats that were built by Vietnamese at Vietnamee Naval shipyard. Mr Packard looks at the boats from the edge of the dock. Commodore Chon in the background. Mr.Packard chats with E. R. Zumwalt and they enter a car. The official party looks at some of the ribs of one of the boats under construction. Mr. Packard signs a log book. E. R. Zumwalt stands in the background in a building at the shipyard. Mr Packard is introduced to an officer of the Republic of Vietnam. The official party walks at the shipyard. Mr Packard talks with B Donohue, Director of Small Boat School, Saigon. The party in one of the rooms at the boat school. The party departs from the school. A young Vietnamese girl runs through a hall at the school.
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