Personnel buy Christmas cards, gifts to send home and a girl stamp prices on packages at a Navy Exchange in Saigon, Vietnam.
Saigon Vietnam Date:1965, November 19 Duration:2 min 49 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Personnel shop from the Saigon Navy Exchange in Saigon, Vietnam during the Vietnam War. the Navy Exchange and an officer is opening a door in the background. A group of mixed personnel enter Exchange move. Several personnel at the counter. Vietnamese girls clerk at the counter. U.S. Stephen W. Bjork holds a sekonic light meter, looking it over prior to buy it. Bjork puts the light meter back into box. Philippine Army Captain Igmedio S. Gardcse from Manila look at the goods in Exchange. The Captain look over sweaters and leaves. Lt. Ann S. Thompson of U.S. from Madison and Lt. Ann L. Rudolph of U.S. from Gettysburg look at Christmas cards in Saigon Exchange. Two Army Nurse Officers look at the Christmas cards on a rack. Two officers looking over the cards. Robert L. Dunn from Tullahoma in Tennesse looks over a gift he may send home. A small vase item being looked over by Dunn. He places it back on shelf. A young girl working in the Navy Exchange stamping prices on packages of candy and tossing candy back into another box. A Vietnamese female clerk folding face cloth.
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