Qui Nhon harbor in Vietnam. A military compound called Camp Goldberg, named for U.S. Army Chief Warrant Officer Joseph A Goldberg, the pilot of a helicopter shot down by the Viet Cong on July 15, 1962. Within the compound, are seen the Lane and Guthrie maintenance hangars, dedicated to the memories of Sp/5 James Everett Lane, the gunner, and Sp/5 Harold Lee Guthrie, the Crew Chief, both of whom lost their lives with CWO Goldberg. (Reportedly, these were the first U.S. Army Aviation personnel killed in action, in Vietnam. )
Propaganda piece about living conditions in China under the Communist regime of Mao Tse-tung, with images photographed by Indians visiting the country. Delegates from all over the world at an international conference. Representatives from Iraq, Canada, Romania, Australia and Pakistan among others. Elderly Chinese revolutionaries pose. Mao Tse-tung's views (according to a narrator): He believes that war in inevitable between capitalist and socialist nations. View of a rally and military parade in China. Explosions during the Korean War in 1951 with Chinese troops in action. Homeless, displaced Tibetan children and families after the Chinese take over in 1959. Indian Army soldiers return after China's attack on India during the Sino-Indian War in 1962. View of Soviet Union Premier Nikita Khrushchev. Map of Asia depicts Chinese aggression towards its neighbors. Explosions during the Chinese aggression in Vietnam and Laos. Mao Tse-tung intent on risking a war with the West.
Eleanor Roosevelt championing Illinois Governor Adlai Stevenson II, as Democratic candidate for President, in 1960, in spite of two prior defeats at the polls. She is seen at an intimate gathering speaking with Stevenson and others. After Stevenson fails to gain the nomination, she supports the Democratic candidate, John F. Kennedy (JFK), with whom she is seen. In another scene, Mrs. Roosevelt stands with Kennedy, and Theodore Sorenson, his advisor and speechwriter. She sits with JFK as his political advisers stand behind them. October 31, 1962, Adlai Stevenson is seen informing the public that Mrs. Roosevelt is gravely ill. She dies on November 7, 1962. On November 10th 1962, mourners, including: Laura Delano, Nelson Rockefeller, Adlai Stevenson, former President Dwight D. Eisenhower, Ralph Bunche,Theodore Sorenson, and Robert Wagner are seen walking across a snowy churchyard in Hyde Park,at her funeral. They are followed by Former President, Harry Truman, with wife, Bess and daughter, Margaret. A moment later, President John F. Kennedy and Mrs. Kennedy arrive, accompanied by Secret Service Agents. A NY State Trooper salutes as they walk past to enter the chapel. Mourners gather around the bier as clergy officiate for the burial at Springwood, in Hyde Park. Closeup shows President Kennedy, Vice-President Lyndon Johnson, and former President Truman standing together. The eulogy by Adlai Stevenson is heard as a montage of Eleanor Roosevelt images is seen. On April 23, 1963, signs Congressional Act, chartering the Eleanor Roosevelt Memorial Foundation. He speaks about it outside the White House.
Vietnam Air Force personnel work on U.S. Navy helicopters in Vietnam during Vietnam War. VNAF (Vietnam Air Force) mechanics assembling CH-34 Choctaw rotor assembly and working on engine at an U.S. base. CH-34s parked on field. Sign reads 'HELIPORT'.
Vietnam Army paratroopers board U.S. Air Force transport aircraft in Vietnam during Vietnam War. Vietnam paratrooper board U.S. Air Force C-123B Provider transport aircraft at an U.S. base. Paratroopers adjust gear in the aircraft. Paratroopers leave aircraft in flight and descend.
Vietnam Army paratroopers board U.S. Air Force transport aircraft in Vietnam during Vietnam War. Vietnam paratrooper enter the rear door of U.S. Air Force C-123B. Provider transport aircraft at an U.S. base. Paratroopers leave aircraft and descend.