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'Controversial' operation, US transports 3,000 babies after Vietnam war


US controversial operation transports 3,000 babies after Vietnam war (AFP)


 Saingan, 1975. Civilian, military and chartered planes preparing to take off from the small airport. 

The atmosphere was chaotic before the Vietnam war ended, they carried out a mission called Operation Babylift.

 His job was to take as many babies and children out of the country as possible.


The mass 'evacuation' brought some 3,000 children out of Vietnam to be adopted by families in the United States, Europe and Australia. 

For humanitarian reasons.

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