U.S. Marines advance in Con Thien, Vietnam during the Vietnam War; encounter a dead Marine and report in via radio.
Con Thien Vietnam Date:1967, July Duration:2 min 48 sec Sound:NO SOUND
U.S. Marines in Con Thien, Vietnam during the Vietnam War. United States Marines advance across a field as they retrieve dead Marines. A Vietnamese soldier (interpreter) speaks to the Marines as a Marine holds a piece of paper. The Marines advance and set up a field phone. A Marine with bandaged left arm. Marine speaks over PRC-25 radio. A dead Marine lies next to him. The Marines milling about on a field. A damaged building in the background. A Marine examines a dead Marine. There appears to be a broken tread of a tank in the background. Two Marines with M-16 rifles wearing bullet proof vests move across the field as smoke rises in the background. They duck suddenly as they appear to be under fire.
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