USAF Strategic Air Command at Offutt Air Force Base in Nebraska, United States. U.S. Air Force cooks serve food. Black children in chow line. A sign on a boy's t-shirt reads 'Project R.E.C.' for recreation, employment and company. The cooks serve food. Children eat food. A sign on check post reads : 'Offutt Air Force Base'. Volunteers arrive for recreation training. A sign reads : 'Airmen Swimming Pool'. Airmen rest, dive and swim at the pool. Young children look at a notice board. U.S. flag is lowered and civilians of Omaha standing in the foreground.
Coverage of missile squadron training at Vandenberg AFB, California. Airmen leaving building. B-52 Stratofortress banking left. Atlas D missile launch and climb at Vandenbeg AFB. Airmen in classroom with Convair instructor at desk. Car entering main gate at Vandenberg AFB. Missile launch crew entering blockhouse. Launch crew at consoles with view of countdown clock. Atlas engine ignition and lift-off. Instructors congratulating launch crew after successful firing. Airmen arriving in theater by bus, leaving bus and entering theater. Screen in theater showing Titan engine ignition and explosion on pad. Screen showing fueling operations at launch site. Students in classroom and USAF instructor at wall chart. USAF support personnel including supply men, switchboard operator, AP, cook, and office workers. Staff car driving to coffin shelter. Colonel gets out and looks around. Snow covered geodesic radome. DEW line station. Airman writing data on plotting board. Entrance to Offutt AFB. SAC (Strategic Air Command) headquarters building in background. SAC Command Post showing officers talking, watching weather map on TV monitor, and talking on red phone. High-speed printer. Control room showing airman at radarscope, wall clock, USAF Major on red phone, tape recorder unit operating, wall charts with weather and target data being presented. B-52 Stratofortress taking off and in flight. Atlas D being raised to launch position in coffin shelter. Major talking into red phone. Launch control team at consoles in launch control center. Team member pushing 'start' button. Atlas engine ignition, lift-off and climb. Colonel sitting in staff car, then getting out. USAF team inspecting silo launch facility under construction. Mobile check out vans drive past. Aerial view of silo facility under construction. Atlas erect in coffin launcher. Silo facility under construction. Titan on launch pad. Titan lift-off. Minuteman train in mountains. Missile man badge on officer's blouse pocket. Atlas launched.
Offutt Air Force Base, near Omaha in Sarpy County, Nebraska. Radars and systems at Air Force Base. Office at three story below ground level. SAC (Strategic Air Command) officers cover cartons with a sheet. Ammunition stored. Looking Glass Air Borne Command Force center. Telephone, communication equipment and control systems used to keep track of things. SAC officers run, they get on trucks and go to air craft. Aircraft takes off. Pilot in plane. Rocket takes off. SAC headquarter.
Two airmen check official papers and discuss. An airman pushes cart containing film cans to photo laboratory for evaluation and interpretation of films. Captain rings bell for admittance to photo laboratory at Offutt Air Force Base near Omaha in Sarpy County, Nebraska. Door of the photo laboratory is marked with 'Restricted Area'. Interior of the laboratory, two men at work. Technicians open box on cart, take out the film cans and keep them on table. Numbers on cans are noted.
Interior of the photo laboratory at Offutt Air Force Base near Omaha in Sarpy County, Nebraska. A photo intelligence officer examining film and pointing to sites shown on the map on his left. Map is marked with 'Secret NOFORN'. Another photo intelligence officer joins him.
Interior of the photo laboratory at Offutt Air Force Base near Omaha in Sparsy County, Nebraska. Photo intelligence officers examining film and pointing to sites shown on the map on their left. Close view of map. Map is marked with 'Secret NOFORN'. Another personnel working on film. One of the photo intelligence officers approaches him and checks the film.