Sound only of crane moving sea-land vans at Cam Ranh Bay in Khanh Hoa,Vietnam
United States Army soldiers swim at rest and recreation site during Vietnam war. Soldiers dive and swim in Tiger lake in Cam Ranh Bay in Khanh Hoa in Vietnam. Cam Ranh Bay is a deep water bay at an inlet of South China Sea. Other people swim and sit by the beach side to relax. War weary soldiers swim and enjoy in water along with girls to relax.
A building with sign board of Headquarters, 124th Transportation Command is seen at Cam Ranh Bay. Harbor master's office is also seen. Pier area of the bay. A freighter is seen at the pier.
A United States Army Marine Pilot stands on bridge of a tugboat. He has two walkie-talkies. He talks on them, one by one. A freighter approaches the tugboat. A worker is along with the pilot on the tugboat. The Pilot climbs stairs from tugboat to freighter. He greets the Captain of the ship and shakes hands. They converse as they look at the harbor. The pilot talks on walkie-talkie. Training and jobs of a Pilot at Cam Ranh Bay are described.
A freighter with a United States flag approaches pier at Cam Ranh Bay, headquarters of 124th Transportation Command. The flag waves in air. Vietnamese workers secure hawser to pier. Ship rub against tires on the side of the pier. The ship is docked at pier
Two tugboats guide a cargo ship towards pier in Cam Ranh Bay. The ship moves on water surface. Lights of the tugboats and ship are switched on.