A chaplain approaches the U.S. Marine and speaks to them about their operations in Vietnam during the Vietnam War.
Vietnam Date:1967 Duration:2 min 12 sec Sound:NO SOUND
A film report depicts the role of U.S. Navy chaplains during the war in Vietnam. Navy Chaplain, Lieutenant Vincent R. Capodanno, USNR(ChC) is seen sitting on the sand with several U.S. Marines. He smokes a cigarette and talks with one of them about a member of their unit who was severely wounded by a grenade during an enemy ambush. Elsewhere, Chaplain Capodanno is seen talking with other Marines about the war and about their homes and loved ones. He approaches a marine seated on sand bags, who shares news from his personal letter. U.S. Marines in combat gear are seen on a patrol in a Vietnamese village. The chaplain talks to a marine about the operation and his particular assignment. The marine answers his question. A close up of chaplain Capodanno.
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