“84 The Charlie Mopic Company” (1:30:50 Minutes)
Follow a LRRP in the Central Highlands. Filmed in a documentary style.
Click on any of the icons shown below to view any of the videos. Because some of these videos are quite long, we have included the runtime for each one.
“Battle of Long Tan” (1:41:14 Minutes)
August 18, 1966. For 3 ½ hours, Major H. Smith and 108 young and inexperienced Australian and New Zealand soldiers hold off an enemy force of 2,500 battle hardened VC and North Vietnamese soldiers.
“The Truth about the Vietnam War” (5:45 Minutes)
Narrated by Bruce Hershensohn. Did the United States win or lose the war? The truth is that our military won the war, but our politicians lost it. This short course reviews what happened from a historical standpoint.
“Battle of Ia Drang” (20:37 Minutes)
Actual footage of Ia Drang that inspired the movie We Were Soldiers.
“Into The Eyes of Hell: A Forgotten Conflict (Vietnam War)” (14:43 Minutes)
This is a collection of short videos gathered from You Tube. The author was required to do an oral presentation for his ethics class, but decided to do a mini documentary.
“Gallant Men” (2:40 Minutes)
A patriotic tribute to the United States Armed Services. The video is narrated by Senator Everett Dirksen.
“Battle of Dak To - Hill 875” (15:34 Minutes)
The Battle of Dak To was a series of major engagements that took place between 3-22 November 1967, in Kontum Province, in the Central Highlands of Vietnam.
“Battle of Hue” (43:28 Minutes)
Produced by Larry Nguyen. Actual historical video clips shot during the Battle of Hue in 1968.
“Battle of Hamburger Hill - Hill 937” (27:30 Minutes)
Fought by the US and South Vietnamese against NVA forces from 10-20 May 1969. US command ordered a frontal assault on the hill, only to abandon it soon thereafter because it was of little strategic value.
“The TET Offensive” (42:17 Minutes)
The Winds of War. This film documents the TET Offensive that took place in 1968. It features home movies and rare archival footage. Many scenes are graphic. Viewer discretion is advised.
“Battle of A Shau Valley” (26:06 Minutes)
The A Shau Valley was one of the strategic focal points of the war in Vietnam. Located in western Thua Thien province, the narrow 25-mile ling valley was an arm of the Ho Chi Minh Trail funneling troops and supplies toward Hue and Danang.
“River Patrol US Navy Mekong Delta Operations 1967” (28:35 Minutes)
The USS Harnett County (LST-821) served as a floating base in the China Sea for PCF swift boat and helicopter patrol operations in the Mekong Delta during the Vietnam War. The labyrinthine Delta was a hot zone in the war against well organized Viet Cong insurgents.