25th Infantry TROPIC LIGHTNING Division in VIETNAM. -- DVD -- Follow the 25th to Cu Chi, Iron Triangle, Operation Junction City, Hau Nghia Province, and Tet '68 Casualties: 4,547 KIA; 31,161 WIA.
25th Infantry TROPIC LIGHTNING Division in VIETNAM. -- DVD -- Grunt/Airmobile version 4-in-1 VHS Video(duplicates ½ of #C-25AR). Follow the 25th Infantry Division to Cu Chi, Iron Triangle, Operation Junction City, Hau Nghia Province, Tet. 106 MINUTES total.
The 25th suffered 4,547 KIA and 31,161 WIA in Vietnam, triple its losses in WWII.
 READY TO STRIKE-25th INFANTRY DIVISION. Although few knew it at the time, this was going to be a different kind of war. And the men of the 25th Infantry "Tropic Lightning" Division learned their lessons early in 1963. Headquartered in Cu Chi, the 25th fought courageously in the Iron Triangle and Operation Junction City and in the sweep of enemy forces for the Hau Nghia province.
 HELICOPTER DOOR GUNNERS. Door Gunners are the forgotten men of Army aviation. This is their story from the initial training at the famed school run by the 25th Infantry Division in Hawaii to typical combat missions in Vietnam. Shows how they protected both helicopters and their loads from enemy action.
 AIRMOBILE OPERATIONS. In this tactical study, a typical infantry battalion conducts an airmobile search and destroy mission. This instructional program shows how the mission is planned, the key points to remember for both the attack and withdrawal phases, and how the use of artillery can protect the force.
 COUNTERGUERILLA STRIKE OPERATIONS. Once an enemy force was located, every available means was brought together to destroy it before it could disappear. Here you ride the "choppers" of a quick reaction force, see aerial strikes and learn how our combat soldiers dealt with VC tactics.
A video history of Americans in Vietnam featuring some of the most remarkable combat footage ever filmed. These videos are specially packaged for C.I.B. MEDIA with 3 to 7 films per video. These exciting videos are so real you can almost smell the gunpowder, sweat and diesel fuel. The original films are from the U.S. government?s film archives. Some films were originally made to train replacement troops on what to expect in a combat situation and to build esprit de corps within the subject unit.
A few segments may have slight color fading. This video series was created using only the highest quality duplication equipment and materials. Film quality varies from fair to excellent. Each video contains at least one film on the specified unit or subject, and all films on each video contain material related to the subject title. Some films may appear on more than one video title.