The U.S. Marines of 'K' company 3/3 burn the dwellings during Operation Prairie III of the Vietnam War.
Vietnam Date:1967, March 27 Duration:1 min 41 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Activities of the U.S. 3rd Marine Corps Division at South West of Con Thien in Vietnam during Operation Prairie III of the Vietnam War. Marines some with packs, some with PRC-25 radios on backs. They carry weapons and move forward across the grass field. The marines head towards dwelling in lightly wooded area in far background. The marines move across small busy area and into dirt clearings. Smoldering ashes of dwelling in the background. Three marines one with PRC-25 radio on back stands in a cultivated field and talk. One marine armed with M-14 rifle. Other marines walk past smoldering ashes of dwelling in the far background. Some of the marines stand and exit near thatched dwelling, as roof begins to burn, as seen over the bushes. One of the marine holds phone of PRC-25 radio on back to move over dirt path. Vietnamese dwelling burns in the background. A view of several burning thatched dwellings and marines of 'K' company move over dirt path. Other dwellings burning in far background. One marine moves over dirt path and walks out. Several other marines from 'K' company 3/3 move past several burning thatched dwellings of the village.
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