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.
173rd AIRBORNE BRIGADE 'SKY SOLDIERS' in VIETNAM. Vung Tau, Bien Hoa, Dak To, III Corps & II Corps. 3 films on 1 . The elite 173rd suffered 1,-DVD-748 KIA and 8,747 WIA in Vietnam.
173rd AIRBORNE BRIGADE in VIETNAM. Vung Tau, Bien Hoa, Dak To, III Corp & II Corps. Three films on one VHS video.  THE SKY SOLDIERS IN VIETNAM. This elite group of "sky soldiers" earned a Presidential Unit Citation for their valor at Dak To, and had a long string of firefights and major battles in Vietnam...including Operation New Life, a bold action to save the rice harvest from destruction by the VC.
 COMBAT IN THE EARLY DAYS 1965-66. COMBAT IN THE EARLY DAYS 1965-66. Taken by U.S. Army combat photographers in '65 and early '66, these short films deal with a variety of combat operations in the delta, the coastal lowlands and the central highlands. Includes material on teh 1st Infantry Division, 1st Cavalry Division, th 173rd Airborne Brigade and the 101st Airborne Division.
 KNOW YOUR ENEMY. Using captured film, this is a rare opportunity to see behind the mask of the Viet Cong. Combat operations, logistics and demolition, as well as propaganda efforts including footage of an American apparently just taken as a POW are show. Marginal film quality on this captured film segment.
Approximately 99 minutes total. This series is 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 Some films were originally made to train replacement troops on what to expect in a combat situation and to build esprit de corps within the subject unit.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.