Recreational activities at Cam Ranh Bay Air Base in Vietnam. Board reads 'Cam Ranh Bay Air Force Beach'. Airmen sunbathe and relax on the beach. Group of Airmen walk towards water for a swim. A Life Guard watches from a tower. An ambulance on the beach in case of an emergency.
Aerial view of an LKA (Amphibious cargo Ship) with barge at her starboard side, in extremely calm waters of Cam Ranh Bay, Vietnam. Several fast-moving 15 foot Boston Whaler (Skimmer) boats are seen crossing the bay. (Note: Such boats were assigned to Inshore Undersea Warfare Group One, Western Pacific Detachment, AKA, IUWG-1 WESTPAC DET. The first 4 Skimmers arrived in country on January 3, 1967 and were assigned to Unit 2 at Cam Ranh Bay. Reportedly, the one seen armed with the M60 machine gun, is boat # 72.) Aerial views of the coastline, with shoals, are seen, and a freighter anchored in the bay, surrounded by barges. On a promontory overlooking the bay, are seen buildings and a lookout and searchlight tower, that are part of the Harbor Entrance Control Post (HECP).
Contract airlines supplementing the armed forces in airlifting cargo at Cam Ranh bay airbase in Vietnam during the Vietnam War. Pan American Boeing 707-320G landing on airbase and freight being unloaded. World Airways Boeing 707-320C taxiing out.
Contract airlines supplementing the armed forces in airlifting cargo at Cam Ranh bay airbase in Vietnam during the Vietnam War. United Air Lines Douglas DC-8 climbing after take off. Mountains in the background. Airmen standing nearby and the freight being off loaded from World Airways Boeing 707-320C. World Airways insignia and part of airlines name. Air policemen in armed jeep observing the unloading operation.
Activities of USAF (United States Air Forces) 12th Air Police Security Squadron members at Cam Ranh Bay Air Base in Vietnam during the Vietnam War. A2C (Airman Second Class) Bartholomew C. Cavallaro at his post on a hill overlooking a flight line. USAF F-4C Phantom fighter-bomber aircraft being towed. An A2C stands guard near a bunker. A2C Charles J. Albornoz at his post checks traffic into the POL (Petroleum, Oil, Lubricants) dump and trucks loaded with JP-4 fuel.
Activities of USAF (United States Air Force) 12th Air Police Security Squadron members at Cam Ranh Bay Air Base in Vietnam during the Vietnam War. APs (Air Policemen) watch Vietnamese women checking other Vietnamese bags and searching them.