Vietcong soldiers stack tree limbs on a road and carry Afers mines in South Vietnam during Operation Junction City.
South Vietnam Date:1967 Duration:1 min 12 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Operation Junction City in South Vietnam during the Vietnam War. A Vietcong soldier carries Afers mines. He opens a stand attached to a mine and keeps it on a trail. The soldier removes the fuse of the mine and puts it back. 'Front Toward Enemy' written on the Afers mine. Shaped charge mines made by Vietcong soldiers. The soldiers stack tree limbs on a road. They cover large holes with poles. Foliage and dirt on the road.
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