Soldiers sit on ground during a prayer meeting at Grassy Acre in Camp Robinson under 'Operation Arkansas'. U.S. Army chaplain Chester Lindsey of 101st Airborne Division addresses the meeting from a dais. Soldiers pray. Major General Edwin A Walker sits with the officers and soldiers of 101st Airborne Division. He sits on a chair while some of the soldiers sit in front and others stand behind him. He talks to the soldiers and smiles.
A priest carries out Catholic services for the soldiers of 101st Airborne Division of United States Army billeted at Camp Robinson. The priest holds a cross and a soldier holds a Bible. Soldiers in kneeled down position pray. Major General Edwin Walker talks with the soldiers. Soldiers and Major General smile.
Entrance of Camp Joseph T Robinson. A guard stands at the entrance. A car approaches the entrance and passes in. Line of trucks filled with 101st Airborne Troops.
During World War 2, woman tells of selecting three, out of countless names of servicemen overseas, who have children at home. Their children were filmed. First seen is Diane Sandra Fine, one year old, daughter of Sergeant Bernard Fine, a U.S. Army mail clerk somewhere in India. Baby Diane Fine is in high chair and mother feeds her with spoon. Then she is seen in her crib, playing with a toy, and later ready to sleep. The next child seen is the son of Corporal Carl Christianson, of the 464th Quartermaster Company, serving somewhere in the Pacific. His boy sits in a high chair scribbling a drawing to be sent, along with a letter his mother is writing, to his father. Mrs. Christianson holds her son and he hugs her. The third pictures show the family of Yeoman Second Class, Earl M. Robinson. Shown are sons Terry and Danny, together with their mother, Geraldine Robinson, of Roanoke, Virginia. Three year old Danny rides on a hobby horse, while his mother dresses eighteen month old Terry. Exterior view of the Robinson home. More than 20 members of the extended Robinson family come out of the house.
Women's diving finalists are seen performing platform dives at AAU meet in Houston,Texas, on August 16,1957. Paula Jean ("PJ") Myers wins the gold medal. (Narrator notes she won the gold medals in every AAU meet held in 1957). Myers is seen putting on her sweatshirt after a dive. Scene shifts to Florida, where several expert Water skiers,including an Italian woman, display tricks during World Water Skiing Championship tournament at Cypress Gardens, Florida, on September 17, 1957. Winner of the Tournament's trick skiing event, Mike Amsbury, of California, is seen performing in the final sequence.
James Boyd , personal butler to the Duke of Bedford arrives at airport accompanied by Duke Henry Robinson and his wife. Boyd bids farewell before leaving . He arrives in the United States via plane. He serves as butler to actress June Allyson. June Allyson accompanied by producer Ross Hunter cuts her birthday cake. Title of their forthcoming film, 'My Man Godfrey', written on the cake. Allyson eats cake from Hunter's hands. Boyd poses for the camera.