Launching of United States Navy cruise missile Regulus from United States Navy submarine USS Tunny in California, United States. Regulus missile on a trailer arrives at the U.S. Naval Advance Base Depot at Port Hueneme in California. The missile men take over as they work to install J2 booster bottles. The men work on the boosters as they try to align it in relation to the center of gravity of the Regulus missile A sighting target being installed underneath the belly of the missile. A missile man assembles a sight and mounts it on the nozzle of the booster. The crew Chief sights through alignment jacque. Regulus being loaded aboard with the aid of a crane. Regulus missile being lowered aboard a loading tray and then onto the launcher. The men fold the tail pin of the Regulus. In a hangar, the missile being swung to an inverted position to check for loose connections, if any.
Launching of the United States Navy cruise missile Regulus from United States Navy submarine USS Tunny (SS-282) in California, United States. The United States Navy Gato-class submarine USS Tunny gets underway in the Pacific Ocean and moves out of Port Hueneme, California. Tunny submerges in water. Aboard the submarine, missile men check the umbilical cable and electronic check out cable being plugged in. The missile circuits being energized. Men work on controls. Various automatic functions being checked. A man takes down readings as he monitors the results. The Commanding Officer at the periscope as he checks the launch area. Ignitors being installed in the booster. The missile being buttoned up and the umbilical cable being disconnected inside the hangar. A navigator checks the position. The USS tunny comes on the water surface. Hangar doors open and Regulus missile emerges from the hangar. Men on the deck in the foreground. Umbilical cable used for pre-umbilical launch check. The wings of the Regulus being unfolded and locked. External fuel being attached to the missile for warm up before take off. An air eject system being connected to detach umbilical cable. A black reflector shield being fitted out. Launcher being elevated to the firing position. Final checks being made. The umbilical cable ejects and missile being launched. USS Tunny submerges in water. Men at controls in the missile room. Radar and radio antennas aboard USS Tunny break through the water surface. A plot being maintained on the position of Tunny. A missile guidance officer guides men as they work on a plot.
Presidential election of November 8, 1960. Voting for the Presidential election underway in United States. President Eisenhower arrives at a firehouse in Cumberland Township, Pennsylvania via helicopter to cast his vote. His wife, Mamie Eisenhower, also casts her vote. Senator John F. Kennedy and wife Jacqueline cast their votes at the Boston Public Library. Republican candidate Richard Nixon and wife Pat Nixon cast their votes in California. Republican Vice Presidential candidate Henry Cabot Lodge, Jr. votes. Senator Lyndon Johnson is also seen voting. Ballots are fed into a ballot box marked 'Town of Barnstable' Kenned Kennedy with his wife and daughter appear before the press at the Kennedy compound in Hyannis Port Massachusetts as he leads the race for the White House. News that Kennedy is pulling ahead in the race is seen on a scrolling text marquee aka 'The Zipper' mounted on New York Times building at One Times Square in New York. A reported watches wire reports printing from Associated Press machines. Richard Nixon at a public meeting accepts his defeat and assures his support for Kennedy. Votes being counted and Kennedy wins the election. A man views the front page of the New York Mirror newspaper with headline, 'EXTRA KENNEDY!' 'John F. Kennedy after winning the election. He addresses a public meeting. He accepts Nixon's greetings and talks about making a supreme effort to take America out of difficult times.
Night club Whisky a go-go in West Hollywood, Los Angeles California, on Sunset Boulevard. Nighttime scene in city. Elevated view of 1960's cars as they drive down Sunset Boulevard, then view from point of view of a moving vehicle looking toward another car moving on Sunset Boulevard. View of the entrance for the "Red Velvet Club" at 6507 Sunset Boulevard in West Hollywood, Los Angeles, California. Scene changes to show people inside what is presumably the Red Velvet Club (or possibly nearby Whisky A Go-Go night club). Young men and women dance as a band plays at the club. Views of vintage 1960's fashions, clothing, hair styles, and dance moves of the time. Close up views of the dancers and of band members on guitar, keyboards, and drums. Some patrons simply sit at tables and watch the dancers. Some people are dressed conservatively, and others are on the edge of 1960's fashions. The band plays as men and women dance and enjoy the music.
The Captain of the crew of U.S. Navy FBM (Fleet Ballistic Missile) submarine USS Ulysses S. Grant (SSBN-631) looks into periscope. He passes it to another member of the crew. Submarine surfacing and good view of it as it emerges to surface of water. People on beach. Women have babies in stollers or trolleys near the docks. Sailors departing submarine in port meet their family members. Arriving Navy sailors hug and kiss wives and children and families. Views of women and children in typical mid 1960s fashions. A sailor with last name Velotta holds a baby. U.S. flag fluttering in the wind in background. Variety of 1960s cars parked near docks. Family gets into their car. 1960s convertible sedan driving through suburban neighborhood. Homes along the streets of the neighborhood in the suburbs. The car pulls into the family driveway. Sailor, his wife, and their boy and girl children get out of the car to go into the house. Naval Submarine Crewman and his wife come out of a car at their home.
Sewers in the back yards of a residential area in Oakland, California. Police car drives by. Congressman Ron Dellums speaks in his office about police brutality on black Americans during 1960s. Panther Party's demonstration outside the Alameda County Court House during 1960s. Oakland Police Department's chief Charles gain speaks in his office. Meeting between Oakland Police Department and civilians. Deputy Chief Thomas Donohue speaks.