South Vietnamese Army "rag boats" on the Saigon River, 1967

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South Vietnam, May, 1967: Moving in a tactical formation, South Vietnamese Army "rag boats" ferry U.S. troops from the 25th Infantry Division down the Saigon River on the edge of the Boi Loi Woods, near Cu Chi, during Operation Manhattan. The World War II-vintage boats dropped the patrols off at hard-to-reach places along the river where enemy troops might be hiding. ©Stars and Stripes
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South Vietnam, May, 1967: Moving in a tactical formation, South Vietnamese Army "rag boats" ferry U.S. troops from the 25th Infantry Division down the Saigon River on the edge of the Boi Loi Woods, near Cu Chi, during Operation Manhattan. The World War II-vintage boats dropped the patrols off at hard-to-reach places along the river where enemy troops might be hiding. ©Stars and Stripes

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