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40 mm guns mounted in turret of a Monitor are fired at Viet Cong bunker positions...HD Stock Footage

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Published on May 13, 2014

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40 mm guns mounted in turret of a Monitor are fired at Viet Cong bunker positions in Vietnam.

United States soldiers of Mobile Riverine Force (9th Infantry Division) in Vietnam. A Landing Craft (Monitor) underway in a river. Sailors aboard boats. 40 mm gun mounted in turret of the Monitor. The 40 mm guns are fired at Viet Cong bunker positions along the shore. Smoke rises up due to explosions along the bank of the river. The Monitor heads up the river. A view of a gun turret. Location: Mekong Delta Vietnam. Date: April 1968.

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