Reconnaissance activities by Strategic Air Command (SAC) Lockheed U-2 aircraft during the Cuban Missile Crisis. A car is driven down towards an entrance at Offutt Air Force Base in Omaha, Nebraska. Film boxes are unloaded from the car and are loaded on a trolley by airmen. A captain accompanies the trolley being pushed towards a photo laboratory. The captain rings a bell for admittance to the laboratory. A board on the door of the laboratory proclaims it to be a restricted area. The door is opened and the trolley is pushed into the laboratory.
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.
Several scenes of large map of United States of America. Nebraska is outlined and Omaha (Headquarters location of the U.S. Air Force Strategic Air Command (SAC) is highlighted. An arrow points a bold dot representing city of Omaha in Nebraska,United States.
Children pose before training session for a benefit show in Omaha, Nebraska. Boys display stunts on bicycles such as wall crashing, jumping and riding through paper hoops.