The U.S. Navy Chaplains conducts service and help the local people during Vietnam War in Vietnam.
Vietnam Date:1965 Duration:3 min 2 sec Sound:Yes
A film about the role of Chaplains in United States Navy during Vietnam War in Vietnam. The U.S. Navy sailors sing hymns from holy books during Christmas time. Altar during a prayer service as sun sets in the background. A Jewish Chaplain and soldiers as they pray during a religious service. A helicopter in flight. The Chief of U.S. Navy Chaplain Corps James R. Kelly gets off a helicopter and and meets Vietnamese children. The Chief distributes candies to the children. Chaplains look after Vietnamese people. They look after the injured and sick. Sailors and marines look after the local people and provide them with medicine. Santa Claus among locals. A church service being conducted. A helicopter in flight. Aerial view of a convoy underway.
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