Jan Hajdukiewiez, visiting former member of Neutral Nation Inspection Team, is briefed on Voice of America broadcast operations at the VOA relay station in Onna, Okinawa. Several staff members discuss operations with him.
Voice of America broadcast facility in Okinawa. Interior of relay station. Wall clock with hands pointing at 2 o'clock. A lucite sign beneath the clock begins to flash 'On Air'. A sign reading 'Voice of America' is seen at base of clock. Clock with its hands at 3 o'clock .
View of bank of tape recorders operating in the U.S. Voice of America relay station facility in Onna, Okinawa. Jan Hajdukiewiez, former member of Neutral Nation inspection team, visits the facility, Staff member, Mr. Blackburn, explains the tape relay operations to him.
Mr Blackburn of the Voice of America staff explains VOA relay station operations to visitor, Mr Jan Hajdukiewiez, in Onna Okinawa.Mr Blackburn explains how tape decks are used in the operations. Bank of tape decks is seen.
U.S. 165th Infantry 27th Division fights enemy on Onna Take Hill in Shima, Okinawa. Thin clouds of smoke shell fire over Onna Take Hill. Various views of hills and valley. Litter bearers carry wounded infantryman up hill.
U.S. 165th Infantry 27th Division fights enemy in Shima, Okinawa. Mortar shells explode on Onna Take Mountain. Smoke rises from explosions in valley.