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South Vietnam / Fire Base No. 6 / 77th Armored Btn. #457543

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Apr 08, 1971
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(Studio) Terrorist bomb -kills 2 in Saigon, South Vietnam, nightclub. South Vietnam Fire Base No. 6 still under siege; United States planes attack enemy positions around base; officers in Saigon say 101st Airborne Div., some artillery units and 77th Armored Battalion may be only United States units left in Vietnam by Christmas.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Fire Base Vandegrift, South Vietnam) 1st Battalion of United States 77th Armored Unit expected to be among last units to leave Vietnam; 1st Battalion last to leave Khe Sanh, South Vietnam, Base. [Sp/4 Fred SCARBOROUGH - says when get back to Quang Tri Base can take 1st shower in 3 or 4 weeks] [Pfc. Kelley EASTON - glad to have survived Khe Sanh.] [S/sergeant John SHULL - says everybody glad to be out of Khe Sanh.] [Sp/4 John BONNELL - glad to be out of Khe Sanh.] Armored unit still needed to defend DMZ.
REPORTER: GeorgeLewis

Chancellor, John;
Lewis, George

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