U.S. Atlantic Scouting Fleet in the Caribbean. Destroyers rafted together, and performing routine housekeeping and maintenance tasks. Fabrics are drying and airing on decks and sailors are engaged in washing. painting, and other activities. Hull numbers identify the USS Hatfield (No. 231) and USS Brooks (No. 232). View of the funnels and guns of respective ships, all in a row. Flotilla of small boats being used by sailors around the raft of destroyers. Mountains and sand hills in background. Tarpolins are spread and tied to provide shade on decks. Officers and sailors on outside bridges of the destroyers.
Albrook Air Force base of United States in Panama. A car parked outside a building with a sign that reads Headquarters of Caribbean Air Command. Albrook Air Force base of United States in Panama. A car parked outside a building with a sign that reads Headquarters of Caribbean Air Command. Albrook Air Force base of United States in Panama. A car parked outside a building with a sign that reads Headquarters of Caribbean Air Command.
Russian submarines underway off the cost of Puerto Rico in the Caribbean. View of Russian tender underway. "Z" Class Submarine underway in silhouette. Port bow view of Russian submarine on surface. Both a Juliett class and a Foxtrot class submarine are seen on surface. Stern view of Russian submarine in Caribbean. Side of "Z" Class submarine. Russian submarine on surface. Smoke over submarine coming from engines. Port beam view of the KIROV CLASS Cruiser underway. Russian Destroyer and Cruiser. Russian DLG underway. Beam view of the two ships.
Natural disasters strike nations like Morocco, Chile and Caribbean Islands in the year 1960. Ruined resort town of Morocco destroyed by an intense earthquake. Demolished houses and broken roads in the city. Intense earthquakes in Chile render damage to property and lives. The bust sculpture of a leader damaged by earthquake. Hurricane Donna strikes shores of Caribbean Islands. Fast winds blowing destroy houses and trees. A group of people stands and watches the destruction by the hurricane.
Television discussion about United States- Latin American relations in United States. Frank Carlucci answers the questions of the people regarding this topic. Maria C Siccardi presents the show. A question is asked from Brasilia regarding the presence of the Soviet/Cuban in Nicaragua. Discussion about the possibility of an agreement in the Caribbean, Cubans in Central America and their relation to the situation in the Caribbean, achieving peace and elections in Nicaragua.
Women working at teletype machines in the Joint Hurricane Warning Service in Miami, Florida. Animated map shows communications links to sites in the Atlantic Coast, Gulf Coast and Caribbean regions. A peaceful scene on the water in a Caribbean harbor. Weather instruments atop a building. Red Cross workers engaged in emergency communications.