U-2 lands at McCoy Air Force Base in Orlando, Florida. U.S. Air Force technicians place tape in recorder and check the recorder.
Two U.S. Air Force personnel arranging equipment relating to photography. Technicians bring covered camera assembly from dark room to equipment room. Views of photo intelligence officers examining film in the equipment room. 'Nephography' is written on wall in background in the equipment room of McCoy Air Force Base in Orlando, Florida.
Technician removes recorder unit from access panel of U-2 nose section. Airplane is parked in hangar at McCoy Air Force Base in Orlando, Florida. Technician places recorder unit in U-2 nose section, then closes the access panel. Airman draws tire from supply unit and keeps it in locker room.
Views of technicians checking tape on recorder from back. Airmen in a truck, truck moving towards airplane. Airmen load equipment from truck into the plane. Outstanding crew chief inspects operations. T-39 taxiing to runway then takes off from McCoy Air Force Base in Orlando, Florida.
Exterior of a building at McCoy Air Force Base in Orlando, Florida. Two airmen open the door. Covered cameras are taken out of the building. Camera and other equipment placed on dolly. Airmen pull the carts towards hangar and up to U-2 for loading.
Lockheed U-2D, number 56-6695, of the U.S. Air Force 4080th Strategic Reconnaissance Wing, taxis to runway at McCoy Air Force Base, Orlando, Florida, during the Cuban Missile Crisis. Airmen remove Pogo wheels from wing tips of U2. Aircraft takes off and climbs rapidly in nose high attitude. The U-2 in flight. (Note: U-2D, number 56-6695 Crashed on 7 July 1964 near Fujian, China while monitoring supply routes from China to North Vietnam.)