US Army Helicopter Operations in South Vietnam
Archive Footage • 23m
This film is one of a series of Special Bulletins produced during the Vietnam War to report on US activities. This film focusses on the design, crew and operations of H-21, UH-1A and UH-1B helicopters, which were used against the Viet Cong in South Vietnam. Alongside the impressive airborne footage of the Huey in flight, the film also provides interesting detail on helicopter tactics and formations. Please note: This film may contain distressing scenes and contemporary language no longer considered appropriate
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