Soldiers are welcomed by a non commissioned officer and receive papers at 90th Replacement Battalion in Vietnam.
Vietnam Date:1969, January 29 Duration:3 min 38 sec Sound:Yes
U.S. soldiers during a replacement process in Vietnam during the Vietnam War. U.S. recruit Richard Gillispie and other soldier replacements go through processing at 90th Replacement Battalion. A non commissioned officer (NCO) welcomes the assembled soldiers to Vietnam. The soldiers enter the processing building. They receive papers. Gillispie and other soldiers listen to the NCO who is speaking into a microphone. The soldiers check the papers and listen to the NCO. A soldier has a pen in his hand. The soldiers write on the papers.
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