The tunnel rats were American, Australian, and New Zealand soldiers who performed underground search and destroy missions during the Vietnam War. Later, similar teams were used by the Soviet Army during the Soviet–Afghan War and by the Israel Defense Forces in campaigns in the Middle East. Punji stick - Củ Chi tunnels - Operation Crimp. Tunnel Rats, also known as Tunnel Rats, is a German-Canadian war suspense film written and directed by Uwe Boll. The film is based on the factual duties of tunnel rats during the Vietnam War. Plot - Cast - Reception. During the Vietnam War  a special US combat unit is sent out to hunt and kill the Viet Cong soldiers in a man-to-man combat in the endless tunnels.
Most of us who served as tunnel rats during the Vietnam War quickly realized that crawling through underground enemy bunkers would be the. 16 Nov - 3 min - Uploaded by Simple History mclandscapetrees.com To clear out the dangerous enemy tunnels, brave. 2 Oct - 28 min - Uploaded by DOCUMENTARY TUBE American, Australian, and New Zealander soldiers who performed underground search missions.
"The most dangerous part would be psyching up to get into the tunnel," Carl Cory says, a former 25th Infantry Div Tunnel Rat. "That was the part. Such a terrifying prospect was reality for the brave "tunnel rats" of Vietnam, soldiers tasked with entering and clearing the makeshift tunnels dug. Tunnel rats were US, Australian and Newzelander soldiers who went inside Viet Cong(VC) tunnels to kill any VC inside, gather any Intel.