The ARVN soldiers outside a citadel in Vietnam. HD Stock Footage



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The ARVN soldiers outside a citadel in Vietnam.

The NVA (North Vietnamese Army) invasion of South Vietnam. Army of the Republic of Vietnam (ARVN) troops on the streets of Hue, Vietnam. Entrance to a citadel with a bridge crossing in the foreground. Soldiers walk. A jeep passes on a street. Trees in the area. An honor guard standing. Volunteers forming up. American CORDS (Civil Operations and Revolutionary Development Support) personnel watch. A Vietnamese officer reviews the troops. Soldiers salute the officer. Vietnamese flag raising ceremony. Soldiers stand outside a building. They hold flags and board. Location: Hue Vietnam. Date: May 1972.

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