As President Obama makes a historic visit to Laos, ABC News' Bob Woodruff uncovers decades-old cluster bombs that are claiming lives of innocent children. SUBSCRIBE to ABC NEWS: https://www.youtube.com/ABCNews/ Watch More on http://abcnews.go.com/ LIKE ABC News on FACEBOOK https://www.facebook.com/abcnews FOLLOW ABC News on TWITTER: https://twitter.com/abc GOOD MORNING AMERICA'S HOMEPAGE: https://gma.yahoo.com/
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The Laotian Civil War (1953--75) was a fight between the Communist Pathet Lao (including many North Vietnamese of Lao ancestry, and the Royal Lao Government in which both the political rightists and leftists received heavy external support for a proxy war from the global Cold War superpowers. Among United States Central Intelligence Agency Special Activities Division US and Hmong veterans of the conflict, it is known as the Secret War. The Kingdom of Laos was a covert theatre for battle for the other belligerents during the Vietnam War. The Franco--Lao Treaty of Amity and Association signed 22 October 1953, transferred remaining French powers -- except control of military affairs -- to the Royal Lao Government -- which did not include any representatives from the Lao Issara anti-colonial armed nationalist movement — and otherwise establishing Laos as an independent member of the French Union. The following years were marked by a rivalry between the neutralists under Prince Souvanna Phouma, the right wing under Prince Boun Oum of Champassak, and the left-wing Lao Patriotic Front under Prince Souphanouvong and future Prime Minister Kaysone Phomvihane. A number of attempts were made to establish coalition governments, and a "tri-coalition" government was finally seated in Vientiane. The fighting in Laos involved the North Vietnamese Army, American, Thai, and South Vietnamese forces directly and through irregular proxies in a battle for control over the Laotian Panhandle. The North Vietnamese Army occupied the area for use as the Ho Chi Minh Trail supply corridor and staging area for offensives into South Vietnam. There was a second major theatre of action on and near the northern Plaine des Jarres. The North Vietnamese and Pathet Lao emerged victorious in 1975, as part of the general communist victory in Indochina that year. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Laotian_Civil_War
Views: 406404 The Film Archives
In 1967, it started as gossip and whispers in bars all over Southeast Asia. Apparently, there was another war as nasty and dangerous as the war in Vietnam. US Air Force Pilots, tired of the strict rules and regulations of the Vietnam War, began to volunteer for a mysterious program called, The Ravens. If you would like to purchase a copy of this film, please email [email protected] $20 includes shipping.
Views: 131075 Lone Wolf Media
In The Lingering War, Delilah Napier takes an historic look at the effects of the Secret War in Laos. Its citizens, most born decades after the war ended, confront unexploded bombs on a daily basis. First-person interviews with Vietnam War veteran Lee Thorn, activist and whistle-blower Fred Branfman, as well as representatives of NGOs in Laos paint a picture of the emotional and physical toll inflicted by war. This teen-produced documentary resulted from An Investigative Journalism Adventure to Laos, a program of Friendship Tours World Travel and Harvard-Westlake School in Studio City, California, led by Emmy Award-winning journalist Jeff MacIntyre (http://www.contentmediagroup.com), artist/educator Cheri Gaulke, and history teacher Alethea Paradis. For more info about this and other trips, go to www.friendshiptoursworld.com.
Views: 21135 Peace Works Travel
"Far above the Plain of Jars, And the mighty Mekong River. High atop the mountains of Laos, Generations of Hmong lived a peaceful, happy life. Then war tore the country apart, Bombs rained down, For ten years, Laos was bombed every 8 minutes. Laos became the most heavily bombed country on earth. The CIA supplied weapons, training, and salaries, And the Hmong provided the soldiers and the casualties. Over 10,000 Hmong died, a rate 100 times higher than that of the U.S. in Vietnam. Before learning to drive cars, Hmong learned to fly, More than half the Hmong fighter pilots were killed. The Hmong had entered the space age, A generation of children thought rice came from the sky. By 1975 the country was destroyed, and everything was lost, Entire villages were evacuated by air. The only choice was to flee across the Mekong to safety in Thailand, To finally depart their beloved Laos, And start a new life in America. In addition to the U.S. Hmong also resettled in other countries, including: France, French Guiana, Canada, Australia, Argentina, and Germany. Many Hmong, after spending years in refugee camps in Thailand, were forcefully repatriated back to Laos." Video/photo/music editing and text narration by Cory Jasperson. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ This is a historical video / photo compilation made in iMovie that gives a basic overview of the Secret War in Laos and its impact on the Hmong people--prepared and presented in one of the breakout sessions of the 2013 Regional LDS (Mormon) Hmong Conference entitled "Listen to My Story" held in Sacramento, California. After years of many requests for copies of the video presentation, finally posting it online for everyone to view and share. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ General Vang Pao, Nais Phoos Vaj Pov, Long Tieng, Looj Ceeb, VP, CIA, USAID, Hmongstory 40, Hmong Story, Hmongstory.org, Tso Rog Nplog Teb, Air America, Tragic Mountains, Ravens, T-28, Lee Lue, Luang Prabang, Plain of Jars, Lub Tiaj Rhawv Zeb, Lav 52, Lav Tsib Caug Ob, Xieng Khouang, Keeb Kwm Hmoob (Liv Xwm), Hmong Guerilla Fighters, Hmong Army, Special Guerrilla Unit SGU, Angelfire
Views: 17177 cjfamily100
Vietnam A Television History E 8: Cambodia and Laos. The Laotian Civil War (1953--75) was a fight between the Communist Pathet Lao (including many North Vietnamese of Lao ancestry, and the Royal Lao . This Week travels to the Laos, to witness first hand the fight against the 'Domino Affect' The US term for what will happen if and when they pull out of Vietnam . The prime ministers of Laos and Cambodia have announced that the two countries reached an agreement to withdraw their troops from a disputed border area.
Views: 1796 Katheryn Jensen
The Laotian Civil War (1953--75) was a fight between the Communist Pathet Lao (including many North Vietnamese of Lao ancestry, and the Royal Lao Government in which both the political rightists and leftists received heavy external support for a proxy war from the global Cold War superpowers. Among United States Central Intelligence Agency Special Activities Division US and Hmong veterans of the conflict, it is known as the Secret War.The Kingdom of Laos was a covert theatre for battle for the other belligerents during the Vietnam War. The Franco--Lao Treaty of Amity and Association signed 22 October 1953, transferred remaining French powers -- except control of military affairs -- to the Royal Lao Government -- which did not include any representatives from the Lao Issara anti-colonial armed nationalist movement — and otherwise establishing Laos as an independent member of the French Union.The following years were marked by a rivalry between the neutralists under Prince Souvanna Phouma, the right wing under Prince Boun Oum of Champassak, and the left-wing Lao Patriotic Front under Prince Souphanouvong and future Prime Minister Kaysone Phomvihane. A number of attempts were made to establish coalition governments, and a `tri-coalition` government was finally seated in Vientiane.The fighting in Laos involved the North Vietnamese Army, American, Thai, and South Vietnamese forces directly and through irregular proxies in a battle for control over the Laotian Panhandle. The North Vietnamese Army occupied the area for use as the Ho Chi Minh Trail supply corridor and staging area for offensives into South Vietnam. There was a second major theatre of action on and near the northern Plaine des Jarres.The North Vietnamese and Pathet Lao emerged victorious in 1975, as part of the general communist victory in Indochina that ://
Views: 497 Wilma Turner
Short documentary about Bouamlong military base in Laos told by Hmong veterans. Please share this story with everyone. SUBSCRIBE TO US FOR THE LATEST VIDEOS BY CLICKING BELOW. http://www.youtube.com/user/hbctelevision?sub_confirmation=1 Contact us at (651)442-7698 if you have any questions about our programs. Visit http://www.hbctv.net for details. 3HMONGTV | HBC TELEVISION, Twin Cities Hmong Television. Visit us online at www.hbctv.net and www.facebook.com/3hmongtv.net. Questions/Comments, call (651)442-7698. This program was originally broadcast on 3HMONGTV before uploaded to our Youtube channel. Welcome to HBC 3HMONGTV, Hmong News & Entertainment Television. We're your Twin Cities Hmong Television serving the Hmong community since 2005. We're here to engage, entertain, and empower. If you have any questions or comments about our programs, please contact us at 651.442.7698. Our locally produced programs reach a global audience. We keep you up to date on the latest happenings in the Twin Cities, around the country, and the world. Don't forget to subscribe to this channel for up-to-date news on politics, business, education, health, current affairs, entertainment, and more from the Hmong community. http://www.hbctv.net http://www.3hmongtv.net http://www.facebook.com/3hmongtv.net http://www.facebook.com/hbctelevision Our rules for posting comments: We value freedom of speech guaranteed by the First Amendment and welcome messages that are constructive and meaningful. However, please DO NOT post messages that are insulting, obscene, vulgar, sexually-orientated, hateful, threatening, racist, sexist, and discriminatory. DOING SO WILL RESULT IN THE DELETION OF YOUR MESSAGE. Thank you for your cooperation. You are not allowed to re-upload our videos. If you do, you will be reported. Thank you. Executive Producer: Mitch Lee News Correspondents & Hosts: Kabyeej Jeff Wang Padee Yang Maikou Xiong Yia Michael Thao Public Relations: Cha Zong Yang Productions: Tswv Long Moua Ningzhung Lee Huangwha Lee Yao L. Moua Shoua L. Moua ©2018 3HMONGTV | HBC TELEVISION.
Views: 11008 3 HMONG TV - TWIN CITIES HMONG TELEVISION
War lingers in the landscape. The Secret War is one of America's dark chapters. But as the name implies, it is a chapter rarely read. We take a short look at a war that continues to define the country more than a generation later. Follow our Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/rareearthseries/ Follow Evan's twitter: https://twitter.com/Evan_Hadfield Follow Francesco's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/frapetitti/ The music for this video was graciously provided by Kevin MacLeod at incompetech.com. It is Creative Commons, and he is no doubt unaware we're using it, but hey. I still think he's great for letting it happen. Thanks for watching! You're clearly one of the good ones.
Views: 209394 Rare Earth
Like This Movie Trailer? Go to https://www.militaryvideo.com/ to purchase the entire two-hour video, or to see movie trailers of over 700 other military videos. This DVD includes four films and includes scenes of the U.S.-backed Laotian military on missions in the countryside; and scenes in Laotian villages and cities.
Views: 32547 militaryvideocom
Former CIA Officer Terry Burke recounts his role in the guerrilla war in Laos and explains who the Pathet Lao were. ➡ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoSubscribe About National Geographic: National Geographic is the world's premium destination for science, exploration, and adventure. Through their world-class scientists, photographers, journalists, and filmmakers, Nat Geo gets you closer to the stories that matter and past the edge of what's possible. Get More National Geographic: Official Site: http://bit.ly/NatGeoOfficialSite Facebook: http://bit.ly/FBNatGeo Twitter: http://bit.ly/NatGeoTwitter Instagram: http://bit.ly/NatGeoInsta The Secret War in Laos | No Man Left Behind https://youtu.be/rsae1kIuKGE National Geographic https://www.youtube.com/natgeo
Views: 19003 National Geographic
The Laotian Civil War (1953--75) was a fight between the Communist Pathet Lao (including many North Vietnamese of Lao ancestry, and the Royal Lao . As President Obama makes a historic visit to Laos, ABC News' Bob Woodruff uncovers decades-old cluster bombs that are claiming lives of innocent children. Chiếc váy mà đệ nhất phu nhân Michelle Obama mặc tại lễ trao giải Oscar vào ngày Chủ nhật, khi phát sóng ở Iran, đã bị truyền thông nước này chỉnh sửa.
Views: 77 Velma Mason
Radio producer Peter Lang-Stanton thought his father was a paper-pushing bureaucrat in the State Department. Then one day, his father revealed his double- life as a spy. Much of his father’s past was a lie; he never fought in the Vietnam War, as he said. Instead, he was involved in a covert mission in 1960s Laos under his codename: Pig-Pen. Through deep interviews with ex-CIA and a former Laotian soldier, Peter Lang-Stanton tells a story of lies and half-truths, of pride and regret. Produced by Peter Lang-Stanton and Nick Farago. Documentary footage used: Laos the not so secret war in Asia https://archive.org/details/gov.archives.arc.657070 The Pathet Lao https://archive.org/details/gov.archives.arc.1693464
Views: 1138 Reddebrek
Untold Vietnam War Secrets - Military Channel The Vietnam Battle , additionally known as the 2nd Indochina Battle,  and also understood in Vietnam as . CHECK OUT OUR 2ND CHANNEL: ✚ Watch our Vietnam War PLAYLIST: . This educational HD video is about the United States air to ground support operations and explains how jet pilots coordinated in flight missions to locate . Discover the most daring covert operations, ingenious spy gadgets and cunning military deceptions that forever changed the course of history! From the Viet .
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No copyright. Most of the pictures from my video was taken off of Google and the song is called, "Hmoob Lub Kua Muag". ~~ This is a documentary on the Secret War that took place in Laos after the Vietnam war in 1975. I made this documentary for my senior project. I am a Hmong American teenager that was fortunate enough to be born in the U.S. There are still many Hmong veterans and their families out in the jungle running everyday of their lives. Please don't leave any rude comments. I worked over 10 hours just fixing this video. Thank you.
Views: 3805 Pang Xiong
The Laotian Civil War (1953--75) was a fight between the Communist Pathet Lao (including many North Vietnamese of Lao ancestry, and the Royal Lao Government in which both the political rightists.
Views: 97 tuyet drane
WITNESSES TO A SECRET WAR tells the stories of three generations of Hmong refugees as they struggle with their personal and political legacies. The Xiong family, who fought on America's side of the "secret" war in Laos, tries to claim their own piece of the American dream while Hmong American Ka Ying Yang tries to understand her own similar family history. Learn more about Global Voices on PBS WORLD: http://www.pbs.org/itvs/globalvoices/secretwar.html
Views: 207241 ITVSvideos
President Obama recently visited the nation of Laos in Southeast Asia to acknowledge the deadly legacy of what has become known as the CIA’s Secret War. The Minnesota Memorial to Special Forces in Laos was dedicated Saturday, June 11, on the grounds of the Minnesota State Capitol. The memorial is a tribute to the men and women who served in alliance with the United States Armed Forces during the Secret War in Laos from 1961 to 1975. The United States Secret War in Laos supported the Royal Lao Government against the Patheo Lao in order to prohibit traffic along the Ho Chi Minh Trail. During the war, the United States heavily bombed Laos with over 580,000 bombing missions. The war displaced hundreds of thousands of Laos civilians.
Views: 3347 Minnesota Senate Media Services
In Laos, President Obama promised $90 million to help the country clear millions of unexploded American bombs dropped decades ago during a secret campaign of the Vietnam War. No country has been bombed as heavily as Laos. Margaret Brennan has more.
Views: 1698 CBS Evening News
These extraordinary Super 8mm home movies from the Vietnam War, come from a member of the "Ravens". The Raven Forward Air Controllers, also known simply as The Ravens, were fighter pilots used for forward air control in a covert operation in conjunction with the Central Intelligence Agency of the United States in Laos during America's Vietnam War. The Ravens provided direction for most of the air strikes against communist Pathet Lao targets and People's Army of Vietnam's infiltrators in support of the Laotian Hmong guerrilla army. SCENE #1: (00:00:00) T-28 on ramp at Pakse, loaded with Napalm. … (00:26:10) T-28 taking off at Pakse. SCENE #2: (01:37:00) T-28’s bombing target on Bolavens Plateau. … (03:38:05) T-28 shooting rockets on target. Target is a PL (Pathet Lao) village. Ravens did not direct airstrikes on villages, but would monitor the strikes to make sure the Lao Pilots were hitting the village they wanted to target. However, the Ravens had no control over the T-28’s. SCENE #3: (04:59:10) PL antiaircraft locations (the round holes in the ground). SCENE #4: (05:50:10) T-28’s on target on the Eastern foot of the Bolavens Plateau. (06:47:10) When 2 smokes (WP’s, Willie Petes, White Phosphorus) are used, the fighters are to drop their ordnance anywhere between the 2 smokes. … (07:01:15) As here, the 2 smokes mark the area for the dropping of CBU’s (Cluster Bomb Units). … (07:26:10) Here, 500# bombs are dropped. … (07:48:00) Here, Napalm is dropped. … (08:52:00) More 500# bombs. … During these bombing runs, T-28’s are shown making their run-in on target. … (10:05:00) Another CBU run. This is a good shot of the CBU’s. SCENE #5: (11:03:00) Saravane, Laos, burning. Saravane was overrun by the N. Vietnamese, who set the town on fire. SCENE #6: (12:06:05) Passengers at Saravane Airport waiting to load onto plane. SCENE # 7: (13:20:00) School children in Saravane, Laos, in marketplace. As always, they all want their picture taken. SCENE #8: (13:59:05) Shop along road in Laotian town and the pedestrian traffic, bicycles, and cyclos (taxis), women carrying firewood on their back, etc. A lot of “village activity”. … (16:25:05) Laotian soldiers in café for coffee. … (16:45:00) Boys playing soccer at school. SCENE #9: (18:31:00) Military compound at Saravane, Laos, with women walking down road. Gasoline drums are seen lined up on the ground ready to be used to refuel aircraft. All refueling is done manually with a hand-pump. Airline Stewardess and Pilot are seen on ramp at Saravane. … (20:07:05) Royal Lao Air Force plane landing at Saravane. … (20:51:05) Konty (Raven 58’s GIB [Guy-in-the-Backseat]) is shown at Saravane holding Raven 58’s Chicom SKS that was given to him by General Phasouk, the MR-4 Commander (Military Region). He is standing in front of the Lao Airlines sign at Saravane. SCENE #10: (21:19:10) Raven 58’s O-1 and looking toward the mist-shrouded mountains south of Saravane. When flying over the northern part of the Bolavens Plateau, breaking out below the clouds, it was a very “prehistoric”-type site. In fact, unknown at the time, Ravens spotted what would eventually be determined to be a previously unknown huge water buffalo. It turned out to be an unknown species that is about twice the size of water buffalos commonly seen in the rice fields. … (21:45:10) A village along the runway at Saravane complete with water buffalo (the normal size). We encourage viewers to add comments and, especially, to provide additional information about our videos by adding a comment! See something interesting? Tell people what it is and what they can see by writing something for example like: "01:00:12:00 -- President Roosevelt is seen meeting with Winston Churchill at the Quebec Conference." This film is part of the Periscope Film LLC archive, one of the largest historic military, transportation, and aviation stock footage collections in the USA. Entirely film backed, this material is available for licensing in 24p HD and 2k. For more information visit http://www.PeriscopeFilm.com
Views: 21043 PeriscopeFilm
The video provides viewers with relavent information about the Secret War in Laos, how the war began, its progress, and the end result of the conflict. The video also provides source information relative to a book that has been written, and which is available on the internet. The book tells the complete unvarnished truth about the Secret War.
Views: 2010 billygwebb
The Pathet Lao (Lao ປະເທດລາວ, "Lao Nation") was a communist political movement and organization in Laos, formed in the mid-20th century. More: https://www.amazon.com/gp/search?ie=UTF8&tag=tra0c7-20&linkCode=ur2&linkId=ea096feca83152ac12cd4283e35507aa&camp=1789&creative=9325&index=books&keywords=pathet%20lao The group was ultimately successful in assuming political power after the Laotian Civil War. The Pathet Lao were always closely associated with Vietnamese communists. During the civil war, it was effectively organized, equipped and even led by the army of North Vietnam. The Pathet Lao were the Laotian equivalent of North Vietnam's Vietnam People's Army, South Vietnam's Viet Minh and later Viet Cong, and Cambodia's Khmer Rouge. Eventually, the term became the generic name for Laotian communists. The political movement of the Pathet Lao was called first the Lao People's Party (1955--1972) and later the Lao People's Revolutionary Party (1972--present). Key Pathet Lao leaders include Prince Souphanouvong, Kaysone Phomvihane, Phoumi Vongvichit, Nouhak Phoumsavanh and Khamtay Siphandone. In the 1960s, more attempts at neutrality agreements and coalition government were attempted but as North Vietnam had no intention of withdrawing from Laos, these agreements all failed. By the middle 1960s, the country had fallen into proxy warfare between pro-US and pro-Vietnamese irregular military groups. In 1968, the Army of North Vietnam launched a multi-division invasion of Laos. The Pathet Lao were pushed to the side in the conflict and reduced to the role of an auxiliary force to the North Vietnamese army. Unable to match the heavy Soviet and Chinese weapons in addition to the numerical strength of the Vietnamese forces, the Royal Lao Army took itself out of the conflict after heavy losses. The communist forces battled the Royal Lao Army, U.S. irregular forces (including Air America and other contract employees and Hmong commandos), and Thai "volunteer" forces in Laos winning effective control in the north and east. The government itself was effectively powerless. The Pathet Lao held hundreds of US "detainees" as prisoners of war during and after the Vietnam War (Second Indochina War). Shortly after the Paris Peace Accords ended US involvement in the Vietnam war, the Pathet Lao and the government of Laos signed a cease-fire agreement, the Vientiane Treaty, in February 1973. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pathet_Lao
Views: 40214 The Film Archives
Secret war in Laos, Laos/Hmong Special Guerrilla Unit (SGU) fighting alongside CIA during the Vietnam War credits go to: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NNwi90uUNDA https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hdROxwo_2NM https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nEi_RHsW9Sg
Views: 6726 Thavone Washer
This video was edited by Xiong Vang of MN. With his permission it was played at the Celebrate with Steve Ly Event (Elk Grove, CA). This clip was show to promote the compliance of CA schools and AB 78. Steve's hope is that we will arm children (apple) not with guns, but with pencils; thus, his logo of the apple and pencil.
Views: 9688 stevely4schoolboard
These extraordinary Super 8mm home movies from the Vietnam War, come from a member of the "Ravens". The Raven Forward Air Controllers, also known simply as The Ravens, were fighter pilots used for forward air control in a covert operation in conjunction with the Central Intelligence Agency of the United States in Laos during America's Vietnam War. The Ravens provided direction for most of the air strikes against communist Pathet Lao targets and People's Army of Vietnam's infiltrators in support of the Laotian Hmong guerrilla army. SCENE #1: (00:00:00) Armadillo caught at AERA house. SCENE #2: (01:09:11) Crew chief and Ravens at river near Pakse. Washing clothes and children taking a bath in the river. Fenced-off area is for gardens. SCENE #3: (02:37:00) Moon Bear cub caught in village near Pakse. SCENE #4: (03:48:10) Crew chief driving jeep and bringing his Lao friends. He stayed in Laos after 1975 and married the Laotian. He’s headed to the firing range. … ( 04:43:00) Firing range used by the Ravens and crew. The children pick up the casings after being fired to sell. … (05:29:00) Raven 58 firing CAR-15 (a sawed-off M-16). … (06:49:10) Returning back across the river to go home after the firing range. SCENE #5: (08:02:05) A Raven feeding monkeys. SCENE #6: (09:06:10) Lao pilot getting ready for T-28 mission at Pakse, Laos. Ordnance is HE rockets (High-Explosive). Sometimes a Raven FAC (Forward Air Controller) would also carry HE rockets instead of WP marking rockets (White Phosphorous), but would have to expend them before returning. Ravens did not land with hot HE rocket ordnance. … (11:01:10) O-1 with 2 WP and 2 HE rockets on each wing. SCENE # 7: (11:24:10) Laotian military party attended by the Ravens. Other Americans are from USAID. … (14:02:10) Laotian military parade in street at Pakse. SCENE #8: (14:48:10) O-1 flying over. … (15:07:05) Back to the party! Lao Col. Kuong at the microphone. Two T-28 pilots to his left and right, one in uniform, the other on the drum. SCENE #9: (16:13:00) Laotian families being given rice by Lao Army. SCENE #10: (17:49:10) Military compound on Bolavens Plateau in preparation for visit by Ambassador Godley … (18:17:15) Lao villagers and Lao Army lining up to greet Ambassador Godley (1970). … (18:51:10) Dignitaries and families arriving in Pakse. The Army col. is the Army Attaché. The “civilian” to his left is the AOC (Air Operations Center) commander, an Army major. Others are from USAID and their families. SCENE #11: (19:55:10) Market in Viet-Nam selling American products obtained on the Black Market. Often items would be found first in the Vietnamese markets before they were available to the American soldiers. SCENE #12: (21:05:05) Bridge south of Tuy Hoa connecting the town of Tuy Hoa to the American Tuy Hoa Airbase. SCENE #13: (21:12:10) Movie intro for General Phasouk. A feature-length film has been prepared and is on a separate reel. We encourage viewers to add comments and, especially, to provide additional information about our videos by adding a comment! See something interesting? Tell people what it is and what they can see by writing something for example like: "01:00:12:00 -- President Roosevelt is seen meeting with Winston Churchill at the Quebec Conference." This film is part of the Periscope Film LLC archive, one of the largest historic military, transportation, and aviation stock footage collections in the USA. Entirely film backed, this material is available for licensing in 24p HD and 2k. For more information visit http://www.PeriscopeFilm.com
Views: 7809 PeriscopeFilm
The national museum of Laos is located in the historic heart of the capital. In a city with few major tourist attractions, a visit to the museum is a great way to spend a rainy hour. The museum covers, not so comprehensibly, the history of Laos, from the time of the dinosaurs to the prehistoric paleolithic and neolithic eras , through the Hindu and Buddhist eras, the Siamese invasion, the French colonial period, the communist revolution,Vietnam War era 'secret war' with the US, and the modern Laotian political system.
Views: 290 Ten Paw Steph
This video is about The most secret places on the earth the Clas Covert war.watch this interesting video.
Views: 10180 Sukh Chain
● Please SUPPORT my work on Patreon: https://bit.ly/2LT6opZ ● Visit my 2ND CHANNEL: https://bit.ly/2ILbyX8 ►Facebook: https://bit.ly/2INA7yt ►Twitter: https://bit.ly/2Lz57nY ►Google+: https://bit.ly/2IPz7dl ✚ Watch my "Vietnam" PLAYLIST: https://bit.ly/2IN26mj This documentary is an exploration of the CIA's secret operations in Laos during the 1960s. The film represents the U.S. foreign policy toward Laos and the Central Intelligence Agency's involvement in the Vietnam conflict. About the CIA: The Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) is an independent civilian intelligence agency of the United States government. It is an executive agency and reports directly to the Director of National Intelligence, with responsibility for providing national security intelligence assessment to senior United States policymakers. The primary function of the CIA is to collect information about foreign governments, corporations, and individuals, and to advise public policymakers, but it does conduct tactical operations and carries out covert operations, and exerts foreign political influence through its tactical divisions, such as the Special Activities Division. Often, when field operations are organized, the U.S. military carry these operations out on behalf of the agency while the CIA oversees them. Intelligence-gathering is performed by non-military commissioned civilian intelligence agents, many of whom are trained to avoid tactical situations.
Views: 142008 The Best Film Archives
This Week travels to the Laos, to witness first hand the fight against the 'Domino Affect' The US term for what will happen if and when they pull out of Vietnam and allow Communism to spread beyond the North Vietnamese borders. First Transmitted in 04/12/1969 This Week correspondent: John Edwards If you wish to license any clips from our programmes for your project or production Please email [email protected]
Views: 39475 ThamesTv
An often overlooked perspective from the Vietnam War is from the Hmong, the largest Asian population in southeast Wisconsin. We look back at their stories of war, how and why they aided American troops, their daunting stories of escape from Laos and why these soldiers are so grateful to the United States.
Views: 26158 Milwaukee PBS
Unused / unissued footage - dates and locations may be unclear or unknown. Invasion of Laos, Indochina (now Vietnam). C/U Propellor spinning on a Bristol aircraft. M/S Pilot in cockpit. L/S Pan typical countryside. General view of French troops digging defence. General view of ground crew doing maintenance on aircraft and bombing up. Ground to air, aircraft flying overhead dropping supplies by parachute. General view of French troops in positions, parachutes fall around them. M/S of troops preparing defence. M/S of French officers looking on - General de Linaires and Colonel Kergaravat. M/S Loading up ammunition on aircraft. L/S Troops digging in on river side. Aerial view along Mekong River. General view of a Laotian pagoda. M/S Interior two people kneeling at a Buddhist altar. Aerial view of the royal Palace at Laos. L/S French troops marching along the road. L/S Planes landing a new airfield troops alighting and marching away. L/S Troops marching across a pontoon bridge. M/S Troops marching through woods. Ground to air, aircraft swooping over camera. M/S Jeep being taken from aircraft. FILM ID:2496.01 A VIDEO FROM BRITISH PATHÉ. EXPLORE OUR ONLINE CHANNEL, BRITISH PATHÉ TV. IT'S FULL OF GREAT DOCUMENTARIES, FASCINATING INTERVIEWS, AND CLASSIC MOVIES. http://www.britishpathe.tv/ FOR LICENSING ENQUIRIES VISIT http://www.britishpathe.com/ British Pathé also represents the Reuters historical collection, which includes more than 120,000 items from the news agencies Gaumont Graphic (1910-1932), Empire News Bulletin (1926-1930), British Paramount (1931-1957), and Gaumont British (1934-1959), as well as Visnews content from 1957 to the end of 1979. All footage can be viewed on the British Pathé website. https://www.britishpathe.com/
Views: 5117 British Pathé