United States Marines fire a 106mm recoiless rifle loaded on a mechanical mule in Hue, Vietnam during the Vietnam War.
Hue Vietnam Date:1968, February 4 Duration:2 min 58 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Activities of United States Marines in Hue, Vietnam during the Vietnam War. United States Marines crawl behind a brick wall while under fire. The marines run and jump over the brick wall. They lie on the ground near the brick wall. A marine gives hand signals to other marines lying on the ground. The marines lying on a grassy area behind the brick wall rise and begin to run. The marines carry a wounded marine on their shoulders. A marine holding an M16 rifle stands and looks out of a window. The marines sit on the grassy area and take a break. A dead marine on a litter near them. A marine takes off a cloth cover from his head and waves it in air. A marine sits in a toy car. Other marines sitting near him laugh. Buildings in the background. The marines stand near a mechanical mule loaded with a 106mm recoiless rifle. They fire the 106mm recoiless rifle. Columns of smoke rise.
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