CIB Media's selection
of documentary American military UNIT and CAMPAIGN history
books and videos is one of the largest available anywhere:
Army and Marine Corps division histories; Bomb Group
and Fighter Group histories; Naval Warfare and Warship
histories; Histories of America's major campaigns in
World War II, Korea and Vietnam. In addition, we are
adding new titles weekly.
WAR IN THE VILLAGES: THE GRUNT WAR OF VIETNAM. - Four films on one DVD.  COUNTERGUERILLA CONSOLIDATION OPERATIONS.  COUNTERGUERILLA STRIKE OPERATIONS.  US ARMY UNIT ADVISORS (MACV).  FULL BLADE/Civic Action
WAR IN THE VILLAGES OF VIETNAM. Four films on one DVD.
 COUNTERGUERILLA CONSOLIDATION OPERATIONS. Consolidation operations could frequently be the toughest combat missions in Vietnam. You had to be ever ready to react against what appeared to be a peaceful villager. This instructional film shows how a typical hamlet was sealed off and searched for enemy personnel and equipment by using footage from an actual operation in Vietnam.
 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.
 U.S. ARMY UNIT ADVISORS (MACV). This program captures all aspects of an advisory tour in the early years of the Vietnam War.
 FULL BLADE. Often unknown and frequently neglected by protesting statesiders during the war were the successful Civic Action programs conducted by the Marine Corps in Vietnam. Illustrates food distribution and medical assistance as well as the harvesting of rice under Leatherneck protection in I Corps.
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 Some films were originally made to train replacement troops on what to expect in a combat situation and to build esprit de corps within the subject unit.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.