Rafael Trujillo in the Dominican Republic. Ruler of the Dominican Republic Rafael Trujillo arrives in a car and walks in a building with other officials. A number of soldiers on the sides of a road. View of a large crowd. Rafael Trujillo speaking into a microphone at a ceremony. Officials standing behind him. View of a huge building. Rafael Trujillo speaking with an official. Rafael Trujillo smiling.
Ramfis Trujillo, son of the assassinated Dominican dictator,Rafael Trujillo, seated, and surrounded by dignitaries and the Press in Santo Domingo. Among those with him is playboy, Porfirio Rubirosa, whom he assigns as an envoy to seek support from the United States. Reporters take notes and photographers click his pictures. Cathedral in San Cristobal, the scene of Trujillo's funeral . People cry as car with Rafael Trujillo's body passes by on street. A parade in South Africa during holiday declared to mark its withdrawal from the British Commonwealth of Nations and establishment as an independent Republic. The parade includes Soldiers on horses. The new Coat of Arms of the South African Republic is shown. Former Governor General, now the first President of South Africa, Charles Robberts Swart addresses the public.
The Dominican Revolt in the Dominican Republic. A truck loaded with civilians drives on a street. The civilians on the streets. The civilians outside a building gate trying to enter and guards control them. U.S. President Lyndon B. Johnson speaks into a microphone. He speaks and orders marines into the country to protect the Americans and others. The Americans are evacuated. The Americans board a ship. A close up of an American boy. U.S. troops including U.S. 82nd Airborne Division arrive. U.S. troops carrying guns cross a street. The troops climb up a building. A tank moves on a road. U.S. troops on tanks driving on the road.
Civil war in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. Rebels in the streets protest and hold banners. Colonel Francisco Caamano Deno, the leader of the rebels, addresses them through a bullhorn. The Colonel in a room with his supporters. A camera man records. The Colonel comes out in the streets. A U.S. ship. Sacks of food lowered from the ship. U.S. Forces distribute food to the people of the Dominican Republic. The people queue up for food.
United States Army soldiers patrol the streets and supply food to people in Dominican Republic in 1965 crisis. American soldiers seen giving food and aid to civilians and children in the Dominican Republic. The 1st Infantry Division and 1st Cavalry Division soldiers in Vietnam to counter North Vietnamese aggression. 173rd Airborne Brigade deployed from Okinawa lands in Vietnam and seen unloading from aircraft, and in the field. A brigade of the 101st Airborne division seen debarking from ship in a deployment in Vietnam. 1st Infantry Division Big Red One troops emerging from landing ships on a beach in Vietnam. 1st Cavalry Air Mobile helicopter taking off from deck of an Aircraft Carrier. Aerial view of helicopter of same division seen in flight and firing rockets at target in jungle area in Vietnam. Close up view of rockets being fired from helicopter rocket launcher system. View of construction underway by U.S. Army engineers building base facilities in Cam Ranh Bay on South China Sea in Vietnam. Cranes seen at unfinished dock facilities, and engineers position giant pilings. Cargo in nets unloaded by crane from ship to boat. Views of munitions storage areas in Vietnam, along with crated equipment and oil drums. Group of Army helicopters on the ground preparing for takeoff. Helicopters taking off and in flight as seen from ground and also seen in aerial views in flight. U.S. Army soldiers jump out of helicopters at landing zone. Group of U.S. Army soldiers on patrol in Vietnam and crossing a stream. Artillery piece unloaded from a helicopter. American soldier throws a grenade at a structure in the jungle and explosion is seen. U.S. soldiers fire mortar and reload. U.S. artillery fired on battlefield and reloaded. Soldiers emerge from back of Armored Personnel Carrier (APC) and attack Viet Cong enemy positions in battle.
Senator J. William Fulbright interviewed on television in United States. Interviewer asks Fulbright about Dominican Republic Invasion. He questions Fulbright who responds. He says that there are diversions between fact and actual intervention. He said that facts have been misinterpreted and the work should not have done that way. He talked about contribution and work in Dominican Republic.