Sea Traffic Cops at work in high winds in Little Diamond island, Maine. Buoys kept on the dock. Cops push buoy. A buoy is lifted by crane. The buoy is deployed in water. Chain on deck of ship. Cops watch the buoy from deck.
The Pacific campaign on the Island of Saipan, Mariana Islands during World War II. P-47 Thunderbolt planes loaded aboard carriers in Ford Island, Pearl Harbor. P-47s of the 318th Fighter Group, 19th Fighter Squadron , are loaded aboard the two aircraft carriers, USS Manila Bay and USS Natoma Bay, at Ford Island, Pearl Harbor. Among the aircraft seen are: P-47 named "Big Baduzi;" P-47 number 42-75783 named "Little Rock-ette;" one named "The Wicked Wench;" and one with serial number 43-2530. Various views of aircraft being loaded on carriers from dock area. Crane in operation. Plane being swung over onto the deck where it is pushed on the elevator and moved down into the hold of the ship. Air Force mechanics working with Navy personnel moving planes and placing them below deck. Navy personnel pushing the aircraft around into position above and below the deck of carrier. Sailors cut loose the mooring lines. Several officers and sailors standing on deck of a carrier as they move out of the harbor. View across Pearl Harbor at Diamond Head mountain in background. Remaining ground crews, support personnel, and others of the 318th Fighter Group assembled on the pier, ready to embark on a troop ship, June 6, 1944. They commence boarding via a gangplank, being checked off as they board.(This third convoy, departs on June 7th.) Various sections of ship with views looking out across at land and ships parked in the harbor.
President Franklin D Roosevelt during a vacation at the Little White House in Warm Springs, Georgia. President Roosevelt sits in his personal hand-controlled 1932 Plymouth PA Phaeton open car, outside the little White House in Warm Springs, Georgia. He sits in the car as photographers take pictures. U.S. Marine guard stands at attention , in background. A man sitting in back seat of the open car moves to the front and sits next to President Roosevelt, who then drives the car, with the man, smiling beside him. Front view of the car shows a triple A insignia and license plate displaying the single letter "R." A Secret Service agent jumps on the running board as the car comes past him. Other Secret Service Agents follow in another car. The two cars are seen under the entrance sign to "Georgia Warm Springs Foundation." The President is driving with three passengers in his car, followed by the Secret Service car. They proceed out on the public highway, past a gasoline station with "Standard Oil Products" sign in front. A U.S. Marine guard in uniform, stands beside large sign reading: "This is The Little White House." it asks the public not to intrude.
Signboard at the entrance of an office 'Consulate General of Japan, Honolulu' in Honolulu, Hawaii. Trunk and branches of a palm tree. Workers and merchants at a sidewalk restaurant. Tall grass waves in breeze at a field and white clouds in the sky over the field. A sign board 'Z Uruu' with Japanese font written under it. The Diamond Head at the Oahu Beach. A house with a large yard surrounded by trees. A hotel written with Japanese words and cars parked outside. Japanese people pass by the hotel. Signboard 'Morita Shoten' and Japanese font written below it hangs on a shop. Views of the Mokuaekaua Church, in Kailua-Kona, the oldest Christian church in the Hawaiian Islands.
The Jonker Diamond in New York, United States. A man holds the Jonker Diamond in his hands. Two other men seated near him. The diamond is kept on a table. Two small diamonds are placed one on either side of the diamond. The Jonker Diamond is compared to a diamond in a ring worn on a finger.
History and scenes related to the U.S. Air Force Strategic Air Command (SAC). Wheat crop blowing in wind and abandoned harvesting machinery in fields of Nebraska. World War II aerial view of several U.S. Army Air Force B-17 bombers in formation flight. Tail Codes of "triangle C" identify them as belonging to the 303rd Bomb Group (H), 1st Air Division, 41st Combat Wing
Eighth Air Force, based at RAF Station, Molesworth, England. A closeup shows B-17,tail number, 41-24416 of the 358th Bomb Squadron. (Its name, "Black Diamond Express,"is not seen.) Lettering on side of one of the B-17 aircraft includes word, "Doodle". View of bombardier using bomb sight in aircraft during bombing run.. Aerial view of buildings on ground. Close up as bombardier completes settings and pulls lever. Bombs away view as bombs are dropped from open bomb hatch toward industrial target. View from aircraft as bombs hit industrial buildings and massive explosion as buildings in target zone are destroyed by B-17 bombing during World War II. Dramatic view of smoke, and rubble soaring upward toward camera on aircraft. View on ground of bombs hitting target and workers in an oil tank and marshaling yard area rushing to assist after damage from U.S. bombing campaign in World War 2. Fire fighters try to extinguish fire. Wreckage due to bombing. Damaged rail lines and trains. U.S. Army Air Force B-29 aircraft in flight as seen from air. POV B-29 bomber from pilot seat area looking forward at bombardier and nose of aircraft. View of bomb door hatch open on B-29 and release of an atomic bomb similar to "Little Boy" atomic bomb that destroyed Hiroshima. View of a massive atomic bomb explosion. Smoke rises from nuclear bomb blast. Views from cameras used in atomic tests showing buildings and equipment at moment of impact. Massive wind and immediate destruction from atomic blast wave. Sweeping views of undeveloped land near SAC HQ at Offutt AFB, and views of the Headquarters of Strategic Air Command, United States Air Force. A Minuteman missile standing near the building. Point of view from visitors entering the headquarters, as an an air policeman directs them. Insignia of SAC (Strategic Air Command) on the wall. Identity card of visitor matched. Model of airplane. Guards checks the Identity card of visitor and opens door