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South Vietnam / Military Developments #482248

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Apr 16, 1975
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(Studio) South Vietnam finally gives up Phan Rang. Near Xuan Loc, government forces pull back while other government units try vainly to break Communist hold on Highway 1, w. of Xuan Loc.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Dong Tron, South Vietnam) Govt. troops catch combined Viet Cong and North Vietnam force trying to slip past government outpost just 12 mile from Saigon. Enemy force loaded down with ammunition and explosives; prisoner interrogation reveals enemy planned to infiltrate into Saigon and bury supplies for use during major Saigon offensive. There's no telling how much ammunition already in Saigon waiting for big attack by Communist
REPORTER: David Cohler

Chancellor, John;
Cohler, David

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