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Combat footage of a GI battle with NVA forces during the Vietnam War.
1:03 that’s KILLER
What a waste of time and lives
The dude at 62 8 yeah he made sure you got home
Hat's off to ANYONE who served then and there – whether they be enlisted or draftees, I pay tribute to you all. As a mental health therapist who's had the privilege to provide services for several Nam Vets – dealing with trauma often times a half-century old, I salute you. Much respect.
if you see a vietnam vet, be sure to thank them… they deserve at least our support since our shit government refuses to support them.
These guys still have their acne. Fuckin kids
turns out the commies got in through the schools
@6:11 we want the young man to know he has a gratifying job at LOWES in lumber and you get an extra 1 USD an hour! OR! actually put this guy directly into law enforcement as they all should be, so we have less pussies shooting up the town.
"Sir, I did not open fire on the black man as I knew he only had a knife in each hand. At that point I dropped my firearm. Knew he wasn't serious, and I proceeded to talk him down, and he politely put both knives in my fanny pack where I instructed him to. Because I know war when I see it. This didn't call for war. He has at war himself/herself…nah this was just playing patty cake compared to Nam." Thick skin boys with a constitution, conviction, ethics, sharp mind to what is REALLY a danger…. is who I want in law enforcement.
Quit sending them to the VA and putting them on dope you motherfuckers. They are an asset.
2 birds 1 stone.
They were just kids…..
The draft put them there and then people blamed them for fight in the war
They all have that same intense stare when they're in the bush.
Respect to these men
Congratulation all US fighters in Vietnam War, my respect for that peoples !
my dad was in tay nin in 1969 to 1970
Bunch of crybaby wimps
I remember when i went to nam i would pretend i was dead while all my friends fought and died. After the fights i would get up and clean my self and the guys would always be mad. I never shot back i wad scared rather play dead. I came back with metals
Have an 8 month old baby. It would be devastating & terrifying to be over there worried if I will ever see him again. These guys are brave American heroes
I would hate to piss off Sgt dunnick
Did Lyle Dummock (Killer) make it out
That’s why the draft didn’t work. You want volunteer warriors not kids that just hated military life.
i hate the commentators
All of this; torture, pain, suffering, worrying, fear, etc. Based on a lie. 😢
I'm 26 now… and it's weird to think that at that time, there were people who'd been to war and killed people 6 years earlier. 6 years ago I didn't have a fucking clue what I was doing in my life. Man, it's weird.
"Killer"he was just a Regular Man,fighting for his country…fuck off libtard left press…
Thank you for your service!!
The freakin conditions would bring anyone to their knees. Then let's just add a war to this fucking concoction. Not just any war,This war! OMFG! ❤️🙏❤️ such heros each and every one. This shit screws with your mind just watching it! Welcome home heros!
"My grandfather was the CO of this company. Sgt Dunnick survived the war and became a roofer, but died prematurely from complications related to agent orange."
I was a grunt for the 196th Inf Bde in 1971. This was the most intense part of my life ever. When I think about it now it all was so surreal.
For anyone wondering, the man at the end – PFC George Rivera made it home safely to NYC and passed away in 2013.
Now it is thank you for your service. Back then it was your a war pig and were told not to wear your uniform off base when you got home.
oh bot old cbs fake news and propaganda gee whiz
Never EVER trust the American Government ever again!!!!
Next month will be 50 years since I was over there.I was with the 1/12th Cav. of the 1st Air Cav. Division.My stint was a short two months, from May to July.I was fortunate to get a “millon dollar wound” and got shipped back to the States. Recently I checked my old unit roster online and found out a lot of the guys that I served with are dying at a rapid rate as time goes by.
I ember the heat. Prickly heat. Took aboutca month to climatize. I loved the jungle. Crazy huh? I could be just as invisible as the enemy. These soldiers were too close together. Easy ambush victims. I learned. Some didnt. We only got a hot meal and mail and sometimes a warm beer after a firefight. Ammo, if you were lucky. I remember my best friend. Still do today. He will always be 20 years old. I became a Pony Soldier. 5 nab long range recon. I was the NCO in charge of some really good young men. I had just turned 21. 1 Lt, 1 Sgt and 3 Sp/4s. 5 man team. The only way to operate.
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