3rd Marine Division Captain speaks over PRC-25 radio in the filed during Operation Prairie III of the Vietnam War.
Vietnam Date:1967, March 21 Duration:1 min 23 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Activities of the U.S. 3rd Marine Division at South West of Con Thien in Vietnam during Operation Prairie III of the Vietnam War. Captain Garrett, Commander of 'K' company 3/3, without utility, cart belt, canteen, camo helmet stands near bushes and under a tree. He speaks over a phone of PRC-25 radio. Another marine seated in foreground writes on a map. Other marine armed with M-14 rifles, M-16 machine guns some with packs move over dirt path. Capain Garrett bends over and speaks with the marine writing on the map. Other marines some uncovered seated near bushes. Thatched dwelling in the field in far background. Captain stands next to dirt trail as he speaks over a phone of PRC-25 radio. Other marines seated and stand near lightly wooded area. Other marines some uncovered , stand and sit in bushes as they take a break. The Captain stands as he speaks over phone of PRC-25 radio. Second marine seated and make notes on a map. Corpsman with utility, cart belt, canteen and uncovered stands at the entrance to Viet dwelling. He smokes as he prepares to treat Vietnam civilians. . The corpsman stands bending over in front of dirt porch of the Viet dwelling. He cuts a piece of tape. While several Viet civilians mostly children look on. One civilian man stoops and holds out his arms to be bandaged. The corpsman with camo grease paint on face bends over. He places medical articles back in his medical bag. One of the Viet civilian man with an arm bandage , stoops to several children in entrance to dwelling.
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