• U.S. Marine Corps in the Vietnam War (documentary)

    The U.S. Marine Corps provided ground, air, supply, and logistic support in the Vietnam War for over two decades as part of III Marine Amphibious Force. Initially in Vietnam as advisors, the Marines forces grew with the need to protect the key airbase at Da Nang. After the Gulf of Tonkin incident, more troops arrived and the Marines began to engage in the counterinsurgency effort with small-scale pacification units. Combined Action Platoons – comprised of U.S. Marines and Vietnamese soldiers – were a novel concept that the Marines brought.

    published: 19 Dec 2014
  • A Marine's story of Vietnam in 1968

    Memories of the Vietnam War from an enlisted Marine

    published: 09 Aug 2014
  • An American Marine in Con Thien, Vietnam - Interview

    1967 Lance Corporal Buddy Mann from De Valls Bluff, Arkansas talks about his experience in Con Thien, Vietnam. (Tiếng Việt: Cồn Tiên, meaning the "Hill of Angels")

    published: 03 Jun 2013
  • Marine Boot Camp: "Your First Eighty Days" 1966 United States Marine Corps (USMC)

    more at http://quickfound.net Vietnam War era Marine training. 'VARIOUS TYPES OF RECRUIT TRAINING. FOLLOWS TWO MARINE RECRUITS FROM THEIR FIRST DAY TO GRADUATION.' US Marine Corps training film MN-10143. US Marine Corps playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL30D6441B8129D970 Public domain film from the US National Archives, slightly cropped to remove uneven edges, with the aspect ratio corrected, and mild video noise reduction applied. The soundtrack was also processed with volume normalization, noise reduction, clipping reduction, and/or equalization (the resulting sound, though not perfect, is far less noisy than the original). http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States_Marine_Corps_Recruit_Training United States Marine Corp...

    published: 19 Nov 2013
  • 1969 Marine Corps Operation Dewey Canyon Vietnam War

    Like This Movie Trailer? Go to https://www.militaryvideo.com/ to purchase the entire 30-minute film, or to see movie trailers of over 700 other military videos. This DVD captures the Corps' most difficult and exacting helicopter assault of the Vietnam War. Features the 9th Marines in I Corps in 1969.

    published: 29 Oct 2009
  • US Marines at Khe Sanh, Vietnam | 1968 | US Marine Corps Documentary in Color

    ►My channel: http://youtube.com/TheBestFilmArchives ►SUBSCRIBE: http://www.youtube.com/TheBestFilmArchives?sub_confirmation=1 ►Google+: http://plus.google.com/+TheBestFilmArchives ►Facebook: http://facebook.com/TheBestFilmArchives ►Twitter: http://twitter.com/BestFilmArch This film is a U.S. Marine Corps (USMC) documentary that covers the story of the U.S. Marines and their South Vietnamese allies garrisoned at Khe Sanh, Vietnam in 1968. Historical Background / Context: The Vietnam War (aka the Second Indochina War) was a Cold War-era military conflict that occurred in Vietnam, Laos, and Cambodia from 1 November 1955 to the fall of Saigon on 30 April 1975. It was fought between North Vietnam - supported by the Soviet Union and the People's Republic of China - and the government of Sout...

    published: 19 Jan 2014
  • US Marines vs Vietcong in Vietnam "Contact (Ambush)" 1966 USMC 13min

    more at http://quickfound.net/links/military_news_and_links.html "MARINE PATROL ACTION IN VIETNAM. SEQUENCES SHOW LAND AND RIVER PATROLS AND A SUCCESSFUL ATTACK ON A VIETCONG VILLAGE. EMPHASIZES THE IMPORTANCE OF PATROL ACTION IN MAINTAINING CONTACT WITH AN ELUSIVE ENEMY." United States Marine Corps film MH-10278-F NEW VERSION with improved video & sound: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q47-N9cvSEU Public domain film from the National Archives, slightly cropped to remove uneven edges, with the aspect ratio corrected, and mild video noise reduction applied. The soundtrack was also processed with volume normalization, noise reduction, clipping reduction, and equalization (the resulting sound, though not perfect, is far less noisy than the original). also see: "The Battle" http://www.yo...

    published: 18 Mar 2012
  • most confirmed kills in marines history.mp4

    正確選擇武器是當時創造記錄的主要原因

    published: 20 May 2010
  • U.S. MARINE CORPS 1965 USMC VIETNAM WAR DOMINICAN REPUBLIC 76304

    This film proudly shows the USMC operating at the best of its abilities in conflict zones, with brave men struggling against enemies, and working hard to save the lives of their compatriots. In 1965 the U.S. Marines were deployed in two separate battles to stall communism -- in the Dominican Republic and Vietnam. New and advanced military strategy was deployed, like helicopter assaults (seen at 12:07) and Expeditionary Landing Fields also known as ELF (Seen at 12:40). An embedded journalist asking a soldiers what possessed him to run into the paddies, who replies "I'm a Marine." :45 A pilot prepping for amputation, calmly speaking as he talks about carrying his leg, followed by bloodied up soldiers being placed on the back of a truck 1:20 Narrator opens, “1965 was a year like no other ...

    published: 30 Jan 2016
  • A Day in Vietnam | US Marine Corps Documentary in Color | 1967

    ►My channel: http://youtube.com/TheBestFilmArchives ►SUBSCRIBE: http://www.youtube.com/TheBestFilmArchives?sub_confirmation=1 ►Google+: http://plus.google.com/+TheBestFilmArchives ►Facebook: http://facebook.com/TheBestFilmArchives ►Twitter: http://twitter.com/BestFilmArch Documentary on U.S. marines. The film shows their duties and daily life in Vietnam. A Day in Vietnam | US Marine Corps Documentary in Color | 1967

    published: 23 Oct 2013
U.S. Marine Corps in the Vietnam War (documentary)

U.S. Marine Corps in the Vietnam War (documentary)

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The U.S. Marine Corps provided ground, air, supply, and logistic support in the Vietnam War for over two decades as part of III Marine Amphibious Force. Initially in Vietnam as advisors, the Marines forces grew with the need to protect the key airbase at Da Nang. After the Gulf of Tonkin incident, more troops arrived and the Marines began to engage in the counterinsurgency effort with small-scale pacification units. Combined Action Platoons – comprised of U.S. Marines and Vietnamese soldiers – were a novel concept that the Marines brought.
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A Marine's story of Vietnam in 1968

A Marine's story of Vietnam in 1968

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Memories of the Vietnam War from an enlisted Marine
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An American Marine in Con Thien, Vietnam - Interview

An American Marine in Con Thien, Vietnam - Interview

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1967 Lance Corporal Buddy Mann from De Valls Bluff, Arkansas talks about his experience in Con Thien, Vietnam. (Tiếng Việt: Cồn Tiên, meaning the "Hill of Angels")
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Marine Boot Camp: "Your First Eighty Days" 1966 United States Marine Corps (USMC)

Marine Boot Camp: "Your First Eighty Days" 1966 United States Marine Corps (USMC)

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more at http://quickfound.net Vietnam War era Marine training. 'VARIOUS TYPES OF RECRUIT TRAINING. FOLLOWS TWO MARINE RECRUITS FROM THEIR FIRST DAY TO GRADUATION.' US Marine Corps training film MN-10143. US Marine Corps playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL30D6441B8129D970 Public domain film from the US National Archives, slightly cropped to remove uneven edges, with the aspect ratio corrected, and mild video noise reduction applied. The soundtrack was also processed with volume normalization, noise reduction, clipping reduction, and/or equalization (the resulting sound, though not perfect, is far less noisy than the original). http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States_Marine_Corps_Recruit_Training United States Marine Corps Recruit Training, commonly known as "boot camp", is a 13 week program of initial training that each recruit must successfully complete in order to join the United States Marine Corps. All enlisted individuals entering the Marine Corps, regardless of eventual active or reserve duty status, will undergo recruit training at one of the two Marine Corps Recruit Depots (MCRD): Parris Island, South Carolina, or San Diego, California. Male recruits from the 8th, 9th and 12th recruiting districts (predominantly areas west of the Mississippi River) are sent to MCRD San Diego. All recruits from the 1st, 4th and 6th recruiting districts, are sent to Parris Island... Marines generally hold that their recruit training is the most physically and mentally difficult amongst the Uniformed Services, citing that it is longer than the other branches, requires a more demanding Physical Fitness Test (PFT), and has the strictest height and weight standards. Furthermore, only the Marines require 500 meter marksmanship qualification, while the Army requires 300 meter qualiication and the others significantly less... Overview Daily schedule An average day typically begins before sunrise. Reveille is sounded and all recruits present themselves for accountability. After personal hygiene and morning clean-up, recruits will perform physical training (only on Monday through Saturday). After the morning meal, the recruits begin the day's scheduled training, which may include classes, drill, or martial arts. On Sundays, recruits are offered the morning to attend various religious services and personal time (often called "Square-Away Time"). After the noon meal, the day's training continues until the evening meal, typically around 1700 to 1800 (5:00 to 6:00 pm). After this time, recruits will have hygiene time to shower, clean their weapons, and clean their barracks. Recruits also get roughly 1 hour of square away time after this, personal time for recruits to engage in personal activities such as preparing uniforms or equipment, writing letters, working out, or doing laundry. Recruits are not free from their Drill Instructors (DIs) or allowed to leave the squad bay during this time. In preparation to sleep, recruits may hydrate, pray together for five minutes, ensure footlockers and rifles are locked, and often recite the Rifleman's Creed or Marines' Hymn before hitting the rack. Lights-out can range from 2000 to 2200 (8:00 to 10:00 pm), depending on the next day's activities. Organizational structure Recruits are organized by regiment, battalion, company, platoon, squad, and often fireteam. A Recruit Training Regiment is composed of three recruit training battalions (at Parris Island, there is an additional battalion to train female recruits). All three of the male battalions are made up of four companies, while the female battalion comprises three. Each company is broken down into two series, designated as Lead and Follow, which may have between one and four platoons, depending on the number of recruits in the company at the time the training cycle begins... Each series is broken down into a number of platoons, usually from two to four in each. These platoons will be the basic unit for recruit training, assigned a four digit number as identification. Drill instructors are assigned to each platoon, and will usually stay from the beginning to the end of training. The Senior Drill Instructor of each platoon will select recruits to billets of responsibility, to mimic command and staff positions of a Marine unit. The selections often change on the whims of the drill instructors, and can include: - the platoon guide, the senior-most recruit responsible for carrying the platoon's guidon - four squad leaders, each in charge of one-fourth of the platoon; they may choose to further subdivide their squads into four-man fire teams - a scribe, responsible for maintaining administrative records such as the interior guard schedule - a whiskey locker recruit, responsible for maintaining the platoon's supplies - house mouse, who cleans the normally off-limits drill instructors' offices..
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1969 Marine Corps Operation Dewey Canyon Vietnam War

1969 Marine Corps Operation Dewey Canyon Vietnam War

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Like This Movie Trailer? Go to https://www.militaryvideo.com/ to purchase the entire 30-minute film, or to see movie trailers of over 700 other military videos. This DVD captures the Corps' most difficult and exacting helicopter assault of the Vietnam War. Features the 9th Marines in I Corps in 1969.
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US Marines at Khe Sanh, Vietnam | 1968 | US Marine Corps Documentary in Color

US Marines at Khe Sanh, Vietnam | 1968 | US Marine Corps Documentary in Color

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►My channel: http://youtube.com/TheBestFilmArchives ►SUBSCRIBE: http://www.youtube.com/TheBestFilmArchives?sub_confirmation=1 ►Google+: http://plus.google.com/+TheBestFilmArchives ►Facebook: http://facebook.com/TheBestFilmArchives ►Twitter: http://twitter.com/BestFilmArch This film is a U.S. Marine Corps (USMC) documentary that covers the story of the U.S. Marines and their South Vietnamese allies garrisoned at Khe Sanh, Vietnam in 1968. Historical Background / Context: The Vietnam War (aka the Second Indochina War) was a Cold War-era military conflict that occurred in Vietnam, Laos, and Cambodia from 1 November 1955 to the fall of Saigon on 30 April 1975. It was fought between North Vietnam - supported by the Soviet Union and the People's Republic of China - and the government of South Vietnam - supported by the United States and other anti-communist countries. The communist Viet Cong, a South Vietnamese political organization and army aided by North Vietnam, fought a guerrilla war against the United States and the South Vietnamese forces. The Vietnam People's Army (North Vietnamese Army) engaged in a more conventional war, at times committing large units into battle. The North Vietnamese government and the Viet Cong were fighting to reunify Vietnam under communist rule. The U.S. government viewed American involvement in the Vietnam conflict as a way to prevent a communist takeover of South Vietnam with the aim of stopping the spread of communism. The U.S. Marine Corps served an important role in the Vietnam. Individuals from the USMC operated in the Northern I Corps Regions of South Vietnam. Portions of the Corps were responsible for the less-known Combined Action Program that implemented unconventional techniques for counter-insurgency and worked as military advisers to the Republic of Vietnam Marine Corps. Marines were withdrawn from Vietnam in 1971, and returned briefly in 1975 to evacuate Saigon. US Marines at Khe Sanh, Vietnam | 1968 | US Marine Corps Documentary in Color
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US Marines vs Vietcong in Vietnam "Contact (Ambush)" 1966 USMC 13min

US Marines vs Vietcong in Vietnam "Contact (Ambush)" 1966 USMC 13min

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more at http://quickfound.net/links/military_news_and_links.html "MARINE PATROL ACTION IN VIETNAM. SEQUENCES SHOW LAND AND RIVER PATROLS AND A SUCCESSFUL ATTACK ON A VIETCONG VILLAGE. EMPHASIZES THE IMPORTANCE OF PATROL ACTION IN MAINTAINING CONTACT WITH AN ELUSIVE ENEMY." United States Marine Corps film MH-10278-F NEW VERSION with improved video & sound: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q47-N9cvSEU Public domain film from the National Archives, slightly cropped to remove uneven edges, with the aspect ratio corrected, and mild video noise reduction applied. The soundtrack was also processed with volume normalization, noise reduction, clipping reduction, and equalization (the resulting sound, though not perfect, is far less noisy than the original). also see: "The Battle" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Q3k9Sg9aS4 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/3rd_Battalion_3rd_Marines ...In January 1965, the 2nd Battalion, 1st Marines at Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, California deployed for a tour on Okinawa, Japan, where they were redesignated the 3rd Battalion, 3rd Marines. At the time the Marines of 3rd Battalion expected a typical 13-month deployment followed by a quick return to the States. However the battalion found itself caught up in the initial deployment of Marine units to Vietnam, and landed on May 12 along the coast south of Danang at an airfield called Chu Lai. The battalion's first major operation in the Vietnam War was Operation Starlite where they teamed up with units of the 7th Marines. Operation Starlite was aimed at destroying the 1st Viet Cong (VC) Regiment, which was preparing to attack Chu Lai from the Van Tuong peninsula. The fighting began on August 18 when the battalion conducted an amphibious landing just east of the VC positions. At first the attack was slowed by effective VC delaying tactics. However, 3rd Battalion eventually advanced to the outskirts of the village of An Cuong 2. While attempting to clear the village, India Company came under intense fire from VC defending the village. When one squad under Corporal Robert E. O'Malley was ambushed, O'Malley jumped into a VC trench and personally killed eight Viet Cong. Wounded three times, O'Malley refused to be evacuated until all his men were safe and was later awarded the Medal of Honor. India Company then had to fight its way back to the rest of the battalion through other Viet Cong units still operating in the area. Around 1200, an H&S Company supply convoy bound for India Company was ambushed and a force sent to relieve them was also pinned down. The ordeal was covered by journalist Peter Arnett in his article "The Death of Supply Column 21". During the afternoon the situation was stabilized and the Viet Cong retreated that night, resulting in a tactical American victory. The United States had 52 Marines killed in Starlite. India Company lost 14 dead, including the company commander, and 53 wounded out of a force of 177 Marines. Three Navy Crosses were awarded to Marines from the battalion for actions during Starlite, including the battalion commander LtCol Joseph Muir. Search and Destroy Near Da Nang (1965--1966) Following Starlite 3rd Battalion continued to conduct regular sweeps and low-level (i.e. small unit) combat operations against the Viet Cong (usually the 1st VC Regiment) in the greater Da Nang area. In November they participated in an amphibious operation similar to Starlite called Blue Marlin (II), which was carried out near Hoi An. Contact was irregular as the VC attempted to avoid a drawn-out engagement and the battalion only had three Marines wounded. Then in December the battalion moved to the Que Son Valley for Operation Harvest Moon, preventing the VC from capturing the town. Among the casualties suffered during this period was LtCol Muir, who was killed when he stepped on an IED. In March 1966, 3rd Battalion participated in Operation Kings, officially a search and destroy mission in the An Hoa region, but really an attempt to create a long-term occupation in a historical Viet Cong stronghold. However, any progress gained in Kings was immediately negated by the Buddhist Uprising just one week later in Da Nang. In July, the battalion acted as a blocking force during Operation Macon but did not see significant action. In August, 3rd Battalion left Vietnam for Okinawa. The battalion would not be gone long though, and in early October was stationed offshore as BLT 3/3 near the northern portion of I Corps to combat a possible North Vietnamese invasion. The threat never materialized and BLT 3/3 returned to Vietnam later that month...
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most confirmed kills in marines history.mp4

most confirmed kills in marines history.mp4

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正確選擇武器是當時創造記錄的主要原因
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U.S. MARINE CORPS 1965  USMC  VIETNAM WAR  DOMINICAN REPUBLIC  76304

U.S. MARINE CORPS 1965 USMC VIETNAM WAR DOMINICAN REPUBLIC 76304

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This film proudly shows the USMC operating at the best of its abilities in conflict zones, with brave men struggling against enemies, and working hard to save the lives of their compatriots. In 1965 the U.S. Marines were deployed in two separate battles to stall communism -- in the Dominican Republic and Vietnam. New and advanced military strategy was deployed, like helicopter assaults (seen at 12:07) and Expeditionary Landing Fields also known as ELF (Seen at 12:40). An embedded journalist asking a soldiers what possessed him to run into the paddies, who replies "I'm a Marine." :45 A pilot prepping for amputation, calmly speaking as he talks about carrying his leg, followed by bloodied up soldiers being placed on the back of a truck 1:20 Narrator opens, “1965 was a year like no other in history, fleet Marines were committed to combat in both hemispheres at once.” Photos of Marine deployment in the Dominican Republic and Vietnam. 2:45 The Caribbean in April, 1965 turns from friendly paradise to unrest and upheaval threatening the hemisphere. 3:10 President Lyndon Johnson addresses the nation about taking out a communist government in the western hemisphere. 4:01 Units from the USS Boxer are able to react on a minute’s notice. Spearhead platoon sets up defense perimeter around the American embassy and of civilians in our hotel. U.S. citizens are evacuated immediately. 6:36 We’re returned to the scene of the soldiers being carried in the back of the jeep. Four wandered outside on the International Line where two soldiers are sent back for medical attention but the two Americans are held as prisoners, the U.S. marines are hostile. The Dominicans apologize for the shooting via radio and ask the Americans to keep their line. 8:14 We hear the voice of a soldier narrating about a sniper who couldn’t aim and they left him alone for the sake of safety. Didn’t want the enemy replacing him with someone who could shoot. 9:36 Soldiers are now in a very different much more hostile terrain in full camo and heated firefights. We watch as soldiers are belly down in the trenches shooting out enemy fire. 11:05 The difficulty of the terrain is explained, from swamp to tropic jungles and desert. Helicopters are the lifeline of survival and transport through the difficult terrain. 12:40 Navy CBs deploy the expeditionary landing field, ELF, everything is preformed and air transportable. They put down 8k feet of runway and everything that would be necessary to build a carrier deck ashore. 13:50 Skyhawk jets arrive and can begin action almost immediately. They deploy to support ground troops in the field. There is a pilot on the ground pin pointing targets for the jets and giving them locations by radio. The objective is to minimize delay between a call for air support and arrival. 15:57 Missiles, carriers and phantom jets are showcased as the New Breed to describe the 1960s Marines. Phantom can break the sound barrier and the armament they carry is highly flexible. A great deal of precaution is taken to minimize casualties. 17:49 We are returned to the footage of the soldier (now revealed to be a Colonel, apparently a USMC pilot) being prepped for amputation, he is calmly speaking as he is told that the medic will do all he can to save that leg. We see operating room footage. He explains how he was injured by asking to hold fire -- to not drop napalm -- while he asked the women and children to leave the area. He was still in the field when they caught a round. 19:20 Naval Missiles are shooting and the soldiers are shown doing large scale offenses. Marines are trained to seek out the enemy and apply a tactic called Virtual Elimination of Organized Combat Capability. 20:30 A helicopter comes near the ground in the middle of the jungle as troops jump out and then we see them engaged in short range rocket fire against the enemy. 21:15 The young soldiers are praised for their intelligence and capabilities. 21:50 A mix of footage and dialogue as the scenes cut in and out of real battle situations,22:25 Soldiers carrying a wounded brother and applying first aid as the others watch on. A radio call for a chopper is called in and the soldier is taken and brought in for help 23:42 “Marine casualties have been light in Vietnam.”. Soldiers locate Vietcong fighters as the VC soldiers are restrained and taken prisoner. They are described as formidable, hardened and cold. Tunnel systems are shown as well as Viet Cong prisoners.25:55 The soldiers enter the villages and try to communicate peace and kindness.27:10 American soldiers guard farmers as the harvest and the solders help bring the crops in. 27:44 Navy doctors and Corpsmen are in a clinic helping children with wounds and sickness as the music turns from dire to uplifting. The kids are given Christmas presents from the soldiers, donated by American families. 28:55 Pictures of numerous soldiers faces are shown and we come to an abrupt end.
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A Day in Vietnam | US Marine Corps Documentary in Color | 1967

A Day in Vietnam | US Marine Corps Documentary in Color | 1967

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  • Updated: 23 Oct 2013
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