American advisory role broadens as South Vietnamese casualties grow in Vietnam War
Vietnam Date:1963 Duration:2 min 34 sec Sound:Yes
Aerial view of many helicopters parked on rain soaked ground at an air base in South Vietnam. American army officers (military advisers to South Vietnam) hold conversations while standing near a UH-1 Huey helicopter. Next, a group of ARVN (Army of Republic of Vietnam) troops boarding a U.S. Piasecki-H21 helicopter and a Sikorsky H-34. Armed ARVN troops are seated inside, on the floor of a helicopter. Aerial view from above, of UH-1 choppers flying low across the terrain near a coastline. View from helicopter flyiing low along a river. Closeup of a Piasecki-H21 flying past the camera. South Vietnamese soldier looking out the window of a chopper. ARVN exit a hovering helicopter into shallow water and slog towards their objective. View of jungle from helicopter in flight. U.S. officers confer as a wounded American adviser is carried, on a stretcher, from the jungle to a waiting UH-1 helicopter, for evacuation. He is placed in the medivac chopper next to a wounded ARVN soldier. Closeup of Two South Vietnamese navy officers standing on a boat. One points to a South Vietnamese river gunboat firing at the opposite shore. Gun are seen firing from another gunboat. ARVN troops charge the shore in an amphibious training exercise. They enter sandy areas and employ shrubbery as camouflage. View over shoulder of one firing his rifle. Views of ARVN troops firing weapons as they advance in jungles and firing a mortar. Closeup of a wounded South Vietnamese soldiers being tendedon a stretchers . Vietnamese women and girls dressed in ao dai waiting anxiously. A soldier burning incense and praying for a fallen comrade.
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