Live grenade removed surgically from man's back in Saigon.
MS. A South Vietnam farmer, Nguyen Van Chinh. He was struck in the back by a three-and-a half inch grenade which lodged beneath his skin above his kidney and it never exploded. Various shots of a team of American Air Force surgeons led by Major General James Humphries in a special hut standing behind a wall of sandbags and operating on the man with long instruments. Actual shots of the man behind the wall as a long pincer instrument grips the grenade and pulls it through a hole in the skin. MS. Man gets up and walks from behind sandbags and is carried off on a stretcher. Various shots of Dr Humphries meeting press after the operation. MS. The patient after the operation.
Date found in the old record - 10/11/1965.