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Viet Cong Attacks During Tet Saigon South Vietnam (1968)

SILENT Department of Defense. Department of the Army. Office of the Deputy Chief of Staff for Operations. U.S. Army Audiovisual Center. (ca. 1974 - 05/15/1984). CU, crushed MP helmet on ground. CUs, two other helmets. Soldiers in narrow alley amid rubble. Civilians walk past. Bullet holes in concrete wall. Wrecked houses. Destroyed overturned car. CU, unexploded hand grenade on ground. Soldier lies flat atop V-100 armored commando car as it moves into alley. MPs and soldiers follow closely behind the V-100. Dead Vietcong. tilt up to wrecked 2-12 ton truck and V-100 in alley. MPs and soldiers are firing their rifles from behind the vehicles. Armored commando car backs up and rolls over soldier. Crushed soldier is pulled to cover and placed on litter. Another wounded soldier is placed on litter and both are carried to ambulance. ARVN soldiers attacking hut in outskirts of Saigon. HS, line of M-113 APCs drive on street. LSs, AIE Skyraider attacking buildings in city. HSs, vehicles drive on street. VS, 1st Infantry Division soldiers search in cemetery. 25th Infantry Division M-113 in cemetery. CU, treads of M-113 as it passes. HS, M-113s drive on street. LS, AIE dives at target. LS, smoke rising. VS, 1st Infantry Division search in cemetery. 25th Infantry Division M-113 drives in cemetery.
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