Queen Elizabeth of the United Kingdom and the Duke of Edinburgh visit Bermuda. Aerial view of Bermuda. A sign reads 'Long Live The Queen'. The flags of Bermuda hanging on a building. Officials, dignitaries and soldiers at an airport. Two officials talk. The Queen and the Duke gets off from an aircraft. They are greeted by the officials. The Queen and the Duke review the soldiers. A close up of the Queen. Children in the streets greet her. Civilians carrying the Bermuda flags greet her. The Queen and the Duke in a horse drawn carriage and people crowd on either side of a street. People at a dock. The mast of a ship. The Bermuda flag on the ship. A sign reads 'God Save The Queen'. The Queen and the Duke along with other officials. Children wave to them. Queen Elizabeth and the Duke with officials on the deck. They wave to the civilians. The ship underway.
A film 'Safe On Base' depicts an American military base on the Bermuda Islands. A map of the Bermuda Islands on a table. The wing of a U.S. airplane. Aerial views of the Bermuda Islands. A sign: 'Headquarters, Bermuda Base Command, 1389th Air Force Base Unit, Atlantic Division, Air Transport Command'. A jeep driven on a road. United States Army Air Force (USAAF) SB-17G Flying Fortress aircraft on a ramp.
U.S. President Harry S. Truman on USS Williamsburg in Bermuda during his holidays. Truman wearing a cap stands on the bridge of USS Williamsburg. A view of Bermuda landscape. The President and the commanding officer of the ship on the navigation bridge. A naval air station in Bermuda. Men man a rail on a rescue tug. Bermuda in the background. A motor launch with canopies on it. A small boat underway. A floating dry dock in the background. Three U.S. Navy Martin PBM Mariner aircraft in flight.
Global climate study conducted by the NASA Langley Research Center in Virgina, United States scientists on the Bermuda Island. . Aerial view of the Bermuda Island. Charles Whitlock and his colleague from NASA Langley research Center in Virgina on the Island. They walk towards the NASA (National Aeronautics and Space Administration) Tracking station. They are conducting the first global surface radiation budget experiment. Animation depicts a satellite revolving to give information about the climate. The Clouds over a dome of the building. Whitlock speaks about the satellite soundings that helps them to give information. The dome opens. A scientist seated inside a Laser control room. Beam comes out from a roof. The colleague takes out important measurements. Whitman talks about the important data that can be collected through the satellite. The colleague cleans a camera on a platform. A monitor showing images . The colleague notes down the information. An instrument on a roof. Sunlight on water. Whitlock prepares a balloon. He attaches an instrument on the balloon. The balloon is launched. The balloon flies away. Whitlock talks about the way balloon will help them. A view of the observatory at sunrise. Sunlight on water.
U.S. President Harry S. Truman on USS Williamsburg in Bermuda. A boat of the Governor of Bermuda Admiral Sir Ralph Leatham approaches USS Williamsburg. The Governor's boat approaches a gangway and comes alongside. Men disembark from the boat. A naval air base in Bermuda. The mast of USS Williamsburg in the foreground. USS Malabar tied up to a pier at the naval air base. A horse drawn carriage approaches the Governor's house. Truman drives in the horse drawn carriage. Truman's boat comes alongside a pier. He disembarks from the boat followed by two high ranking officers. Truman walks past accompanied by the officers. Truman and Admiral Sir Ralph Leatham. The Governor's mansion. USS Williamsburg approaches the pier. Line handlers on the pier. Truman's boat alongside the gangway of USS Williamsburg. Truman and party get into the boat. Truman in a boat chair with a rod and reel. The boat pulls away from the gangway.
American Destroyer Escort USS Frament (DE-677) arriving, with other Destroyer Escorts, off the coast of Bermuda, during World War 2. (The Destroyer Escort USS Dionne, DE-261, appears in one scene.) Crewmen at bow of the Frament drop anchor into the water. Sailors jump in water for a swim. Sailors in uniforms being reviewed by officers aboard the deck, before taking boats to shore, on liberty. View of a busy street in Bermuda. Two sailors are asked for their IDs by a U.S. Shore Patrolman. Pedestrians on the street. Bermudian Policeman directing traffic. Sailors in uniforms travel on bicycles and in horse- drawn carriage. The Commander of the Shakedown Operation inspects crews of the Destroyer Escorts before they head out to sea from Bermuda. At this point, a montage of naval engagements is seen including sailors firing at attacking airplanes, aircraft attacking ships, depth charge being launched from a destroyer escort and exploding.