U.S. Marines assemble bombs. Marines removes cover plates from bombs and fasten tails and metal loops on them. Chains are hooked to the metal bomb loops and they are lifted, four at a time, by a crane, that moves them to a stack of assembled bombs.
View of airfield at Chu Lai in Vietnam. U.S. Marine F-4A and F-4B Phantom II planes land on the runway. They deploy their drag chutes on the ground roll. A Marine A-4 also lands.
U.S. Marines carry bombs from a trailer to a fighter jet. Marines attach the airplane bombs to the pylons of the F-4B Phantom II airplane. A marine wires the bomb and attaches bomb fuse to it.
U.S. Marine Corps A-4E Skyhawk attack jet taxis on to the runway for takeoff. A series of U.S. Marine A-4E and F-4B Phantom II landings on the runway at Chu Lai in Vietnam. Four A-4E Skyhawk planes taxi on to the runway and take off one after the other.
U.S. Marine Corps A-4E/Fand F-4B aircraft taking off from Chu Lai, Vietnam. A C-130 on the active runway. An A-4E flying directly overhead. An A-4E lands and deploys drag chute.
U.S. Marine Corps A-4 aircraft lands at Chu Lai, Vietnam. A Marine F-4 lands and deploys its drag chute.Two persons walk along the edge of runway as an F-4 lands and an A-4 takes off. View of air traffic control tower in background.
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