Good Morning Vietnam
The following weapons were used in the film Good Morning Vietnam:
M16A1s are carried by American troops throughout the film.
M16A1 with 20 round magazine - 5.56x45mm
A U.S. soldier on a PBR carries a M16A1.
Troops carrying M16A1's listening to Cronauer's radio broadcasts.
Cronauer entertains some troops who are carrying M16A1's.
M60 machine gun
M60 machine gun is seen on Navy PBR's as well as in Army guard towers.
M60 machine gun - 7.62x51mm NATO.
A U.S. Marine mans a M60 on board a Navy PBR.
A U.S. soldier manning a M60 in a machine gun bunker.
M60D machine guns are mounted on the Marine UH-1D Iroquois that picks up Adrian Cronauer (Robin Williams) and Edward Garlick (Forest Whitaker).
M60D machine gun - 7.62x51mm NATO.
Both M60D door guns are visible on the Marine UH-1D Iroquois helicopter.
The M60D door gun is seen here on the Marine helicopter that picks up Cronauer and the others.
Browning M2HBs are single and double hand mounted on the Navy PBR in the film.
Dual Browning M2HB in PBR - .50 BMG
An M1911A1 is seen drawn by an American Military Police officer when a restaurant is blown up.
WWII era Colt M1911A1 - .45 ACP.
An American MP holds his M1911A1 up during the aftermath of an explosion at a restaurant.
The MP with his M1911 raised as he looks in the building.
M79 grenade launcher
An M79 grenade launcher is briefly seen in the hands of a U.S. soldier riding on Navy boat.
M79 grenade launcher - 40mm.
The U.S. soldier on the far right sits on the PBR with his M79 grenade launcher.
Norinco Type 56
VC guerrillas are seen carrying early model Norinco Type 56 assault rifles as they search for Cronauer in the jungle. At least one VC has a Type 56 AK with a bayonet lug, however it lacks the stick bayonet.
Type 56 assault rifle aka M22, early milled receiver model without under-folding ("pig sticker") bayonet - 7.62x39mm
A group of VC guerrillas walk towards the sound of explosions armed with Type 56 rifles. Note the hooded front sight(s).
The leading VC holds his Type 56 while giving hand signals to his comrades. These rifles are early M22 models as noted by their milled receivers.
In the beginning of the film, a U.S. Military Police officer is seen with a M1 Carbine slung over his shoulder. Some ARVN soldiers and MPs also carry M1 Carbines with 30 round magazines. Near the end of the film, newly deployed American troops on the airfield are seen carrying M1 Carbines.
A batch of new soldiers arrive in Vietnam with M1 Carbines slung over their shoulders.