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Vietnam/Ground War #462974

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Mar 14, 1972
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(Studio) Aerial gunships destroy 100 enemy bunkers near West border of South Vietnam. Near Hue, South Vietnam, more fighting reported South Vietnam troops advance into Cambodia in search of enemy positions.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Cambodia) South Vietnam drive designed to find enemy supplies and sanctuaries, and cut off infiltration routes to South Vietnam. South Vietnam have made only light contact with enemy. South Vietnam army unwelcome at Cambodian homes. Soldiers take water, poultry, even coconuts from farmers and pay nothing. Cambodians suspected of being Communist held prisoner by South Vietnam.

Chancellor, John

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