United States Marines armed with M40 recoilless rifle , M20 rocket launcher,and M29 mortar, in Hue, Vietnam
Hue Vietnam Date:1968, February 4 Duration:2 min 3 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Activities during the Vietnam War of United States Marines in Hue, Vietnam during the 1968 Tet offensive. United States Marines prepare to fire a 106mm M40 recoilless rifle. The marines fire a 3.5" M20 rocket launcher. A marine in a flak vest kneels down on the ground and inspects a M29 81mm Mortar. A marine bent over the M29 81mm Mortar assists him. Other marines with camouflaged helmets look at nearby building. A damaged building. Columns of smoke rise from the building. The M29 81mm Mortar team fires a mortar. A marine sticks a ramrod down the tube of the mortar and then pulls it out. A marine places a 106mm recoiless rifle on the tripod. He adjusts the 106mm RR for firing out of a window. A marine stacks fallen lumber. Trees in the background. Marines carrying M16 rifles stand near a brick wall. A dirt road in the foreground. The barrel from a 106mm m40 recoiless rifle moves. A building in the background.
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