U.S. Army military advisors assist the South Vietnamese to train their army
Vietnam Date:1962 Duration:1 min 28 sec Sound:Yes
A U.S. Army advisor holding an M2 carbine with enlarged 30-round magazine, as he trains South Vietnamese soldiers, seated nearby. Closeup of several American advisers, all displaying parachutist badges on their caps. An advisor going over a map with a South Vietnamese soldier, in the field. View of ARVN (Army of Republic of Vietnam) soldiers slogging through jungles, carrying weapons and gear. ARVN troops firing weapons as they cross field of tall grass. A Viet cong (VC) in black outfit with white conical hat, seen running. Troops running under heavy small arms fire. ARVN escorting captured VC, under guard. They have their arms tied back. Vietnamese tribesmen who were impressed into VC service, are seen, momentarily, seated on the ground. A medical clinic staffed by U.S medical personnel is seen treating local citizens, who form a line waiting to be seen.
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