HD Historic Stock Footage Vietnam War 1967 OPERATION BAKER | VIETCONG

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Vietnam War 1967 – Operation Baker
Footage of the 3rd Brigade, 25th Infantry Division troops and tanks engaged in combat with Vietcong insurgents in the Quang Ngai Province of Vietnam. Bodies of dead Vietcong.

Unedited footage. UH-1D flies over beach and coastline of Vietnam. Soldiers take cover in prone positions behind sand mounds as they come under heavy enemy fire. Large flight of UH-1D helicopters come in for landing, raising a great deal of sand. Soldiers advance across sandy field. Soldiers take cover behind embankment. Soldiers with a sentry dog move out across field. Soldiers run across sandy field and enter jungle.

Two M-48 tanks in position at tree line. Soldiers under cover in ditch. Long shot of smoke rising from jungle as aircraft bomb Vietcong positions. Aircraft provide close air support for ground troops. M-48 tanks move forward. Soldier manning M-60 machine gun from ditch. Tank and soldiers enter village. Tanks and soldiers pass through wrecked village. M-48 tank pushing over trees. Soldiers walk past burning hut. Soldier throws grenade into tunnel opening. Soldiers slowly enter village. Scene of burning hut, Vietnamese woman and children in foreground. Close up of burning hut, soldiers in foreground. Close-up hot, sweating soldiers walking. Soldier setting fire to hut. Close up shots of individual soldiers. Officer speaks on PRC-25 field radio. Close up of African-American soldier with image of playing card spade on helmet. Long shot UH-1B helicopter attacking enemy positions.

Soldiers move past burning hut. Soldiers behind M-48 tank. M-113 APC moves into position with M- 48 tanks. African-American soldier speaks on PRC-25 field radio. Tanks and soldiers move toward village. UH-1D helicopter circles overhead. Soldier shoots water buffalo. Soldier checks dead water buffalo. Women and children huddle together in brush. Tanks and soldiers in wrecked village. Smoke coming out of tunnel entrance. Women and children watch soldiers. Officer shoots cow with pistol. Soldier at 50 caliber machine gun top M-113 APC. M- 48 tanks and soldiers on the move. Close-up of Vietnamese women and children huddled together in village. Soldiers look at bodies of dead Vietcong. Soldier looks at Vietcong weapons.

Medic places bandage on face of U.S. soldier. Soldier puts an Ace of Spades playing card in dead Vietcong’s mouth. Close-up of Ace of Spades card in mouth of dead Vietcong. Soldiers help wounded soldier to helicopter landing area. Soldiers check papers on body of dead Vietcong that has an Ace of Spades poker card in his mouth and a hole in his chest.
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9 thoughts on “HD Historic Stock Footage Vietnam War 1967 OPERATION BAKER | VIETCONG

  1. michael richmond says:

    Death cards. They could never film that today left wingers would be up in arms but that is how you scare and deter the enemy. WW2 carpet bombed cities

  2. Senior Tuco says:

    Complètement débile, ils avaient l'air d'avoir attrapé la chiasse

  3. Long Tran says:

    Those people that hate american troop because simply they r stupid , they were brainwash by communist and dictadorship regime around the world . right now alot vn cilvian live under dictator VC ruling that make them feel sorry for kicked american troop out in 1975 . almost 90 % of vietnam people at present want Ú S come back

  4. Robin Sawchuk says:

    red bar was better………..yellow bar almost as bad as white………………..youtube services.

  5. David Dove says:

    Why do people that hate America, that hate the war fighters, even watch these clips? The Vietnam vets should be treated with respect. I've known many friends and family that served, that were drafted. Think of being 18 years old, just out of high school, with a car,a girl,a job, and a bright future. Most did not want to go. They went because their country asked them to. Most of these guys were kids, they didn't want to go to Canada or jail. Hindsight is just that. Most guys did what was asked of them. Sure there were instances where troops got out of control. War is hell. But most guys tried to make sure they got their buddies and themselves home alive

  6. Mark Rosenthal says:

    I was there and you were lucky to come home……..I did because I did what I was told and lived to tell about it… General Abrams son was my Co. and he was great…most of us came home some so badly disabled they had only a short time to live before forgotten….forgotten…. I've paid for my freedom how about you??????

  7. russandlinda1 says:

    For Joe Sols: You are like every other idealistic, mouthy know-it-all who was never there but liked to listen to himself talk. The whole assertion that U.S. troops murdered civilians is false. But then, you weren't there and don't care about the truth. Coward? I don't know if you are – probably. Ignorant ?…..absolutely. Should we have been there? No. Should idiots like you talk about things they have no real knowledge about; talk shit about a generation of men that did not choose to be there?. No. I'll bet you are a card carrying Dem – cause you sure yak like on. Don't forget – it was the Dems and their campaign contributor cronies who supplied the Hueys and uniforms and munitions and C-Rats and everything else it took, who put us there. You're an ignorant asshole. 

  8. around the 11min mark showing rounding up of small kids and women. No doubt just before murdering them as we now know actually happened just about every day. Highly edited of course to go along with the now well documented cover up of atrocities committed by Baker force and others. Read "Kill anything that moves" by Nick Turke. Complied from official records. Only an idiot would argue and deny now. Anyone involved in the VN war should rather keep quite and feel the shame.

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