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F2H airplane crashes and burns on flight deck of USS Essex in the Japanese sea, Korea.

F2H airplane burns on flight deck of USS Essex in the Japanese sea, Korea. Heavy columns of smoke arise due to burning of the plane. Man lies on the flight deck. Men play fire hoses on crashed F2H. Medics on the flight deck cure the wounded people.

Date: 1951, September 25
Duration: 1 min 14 sec
Sound: No
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Unedited
Language: None
 
 
F2H aircraft crashes while landing on the flight deck of USS Essex in the Japanese sea, Korea.

F2H aircraft crashes while landing on the flight deck of USS Essex in the Japanese sea, Korea. It hits the barrier, crashes and burns. Heavy columns of smoke arise from burning. Fire fighters with fire hoses and foamite. Other airplanes in the background.

Date: 1951, September 25
Duration: 1 min 59 sec
Sound: No
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Unedited
Language: None
 
 
United States officers arrive at the flight deck of USS Essex at the Japanese sea in Korea.

United States officers arrive at the flight deck of USS Essex at the Japanese sea in Korea. Helicopter in flight. Officers come out of the helicopter. They discuss amongst themselves. An officer wears a uniform. They walk on the flight deck and enter the superstructure. United States flag over the superstructure. Officers talk to sailors. They board helicopter and the helicopter takes off.

Date: 1951, September 25
Duration: 3 min 12 sec
Sound: No
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Unedited
Language: None
 
 
Aircrafts lands on the flight deck of USS Essex in the Japanese sea, Korea.

Aircrafts lands on the flight deck of USS Essex in the Japanese sea, Korea. F2H aircraft lands on the flight deck first. TBM aircraft lands next. AD lands on the flight deck. F9F lands the last. Men watch the planes.

Date: 1951, September 25
Duration: 31 sec
Sound: No
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Unedited
Language: None
 
 
United States Army 187th Airborne Regimental Combat Team returns to Japan from Korea and is welcomed by City of Beppu, Oita

American troops in trench in Korea. American tank on street in Germany. American Ski troops in Alaska. Amphibian assault training in Puerto Rico. Rotating Globe shows: U.S. Army on alert to defend against aggression. Sergeant Stuart states that U.S. Army has come to Japan to know their culture and make friends after war and occupation. U.S. Army troops, of 187th Airborne Regimental Combat Team, returning by train to their base near Beppu,Oita on Island of Kyushu, Japan. They receive a warm welcome from Japanese population. Banner reads:" Welcome Pala Troop comin back from Korea, City of Beppu."[sic] Women holding flowers and families with small children waving American and Japanese flags, welcome them on the train station. A sign over the train station platform reads: "Welcome 187 Para Troop Coming Back From Korea, City of Beppu." The troops stand in formation on the platform while the unit's officers receive the flowers from the women. Japanese men in fraternal uniforms and the general population all join in the welcoming ceremonies. The troops march off the train station under another sign reading: Welcome Home 187 RCT." and march down the main street of Beppu under a swirl of paper confetti. contrasting scene of U.S. troops marching behind Japanese police to occupy Japan, in 1945, amidst the aftermath of suffering and destruction of the war.The local population watching worriedly. Scenes of postwar destruction in Japan.Two children in Japan. Communists engage in violent demonstration against America in Japan. They burn motor cars. Japanese firemen put out the fires. Tractors remove the debris.

Date: 1951
Duration: 5 min 43 sec
Sound: Yes
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Edited
Language: English
 
 
United Nations Security Council meeting to protect South Korea and preparation by US Marines and Army for Korean War.

United Nations meets to organize military action for protection of South Korea from Communist North Korea. United States troops in Tokyo, Japan prepare to advance to Korea. U.S. Army forces are seen passing in review before General MacArthur and General Omar Bradley in Tokyo, Japan. Back in the United States, a B-29 bomber, "moth balled" by being entirely encased in "cocoon" plastic since after World War 2, is rolled onto an airfield. Air force personnel remove the heavy plastic from the body and tires of the B-29, revealing its World War 2 nose art name "Lucky 13" (which had been among B-29 aircraft of the 25th Air Service Group in World War II). Navy Vought F4U Corsair aircraft with folding wings are unloaded from giant containers in aircraft hangars. A group of the F4U aircraft lined up at an airfield. Military equipment being loaded onto waiting ships, and carried by soldiers at a warehouse area. Units of the 1st U.S. Marines answer the call, are seen piloting amphibious vehicles in the ocean and onto the dock landing ship USS Gunston Hall (LSD-5) . Canadian sailors are seen boarding ships and Candian Navy destroyers leave British Columbia for Korea. Women and children wave form dock. Destroyers underway in sea. White, African American, and Hispanic young men in the United States are seen standing in lines at a United States Army enlistment office, answering the call to serve as new recruits in the Army. A group of new recruits raise their right hands and take an oath of service. U.S. President Harry S Truman speaks to a meeting of the Reserve Officers Association meeting, indicating that the only reason for this action is to hopefully arrive at the peace in the world that was hoped for when the United Nations was created. He leaves and shakes hands with officers. At Security Council meeting of the United Nations in Lake Success, New York, the President of Council, Arne Sunde, of Norway, invites Korean Ambassador to join table. Ambassador Chang comes and sits. The United Kingdom representative presents resolution which the body votes on (United Nations Security Council Resolution 84). It is passed by 7 to 0 in favor. The U.S. is asked to designate a military commander for the United Nations forces. The Korean ambassador, Chang Myon, expresses gratitude to the UN Security Council.

Date: 1950, July 7
Duration: 3 min 32 sec
Sound: Yes
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Edited
Language: English
 
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