President Woodrow Wilson signs documents. Russian spy Colonel Rudolph Ivanovich Abel outside Federal Court in New York City in 1957. Julius Rosenberg. Ethyl Rosenberg. John Anthony Walker, Chief Warrant Officer and communications specialist for the U.S. Navy, who spied for the Soviet KGB from 1968 to 1985. View of John Fitzgerald Kennedy Federal Building, in Boston, Massachusetts. Barbara Walker speaks. Pictures of John Walker alone and John and Barbara Walker seated at a park. View of Barbara Walker's home in West Dennis, Massachusetts. View of the Walker's restaurant. Apartment house in Norfolk Virginia, where the Walkers lived, and boat, airplane, and real estate they owned. Walker in U.S. Navy uniform and at beach with children. Walker residence, Algonquin House Apartment building. Diagrams of drop sites and instructions used by John Walker. U.S. Capitol building. Holiday Inn where the Walkers stayed in Northern Virginia. Documents stamped Top Secret and 35,000 dollars in cash. F-14 landing on carrier deck. Photo of Laura Walker Snyder. Needles moving on Polygraph machine. Convoy of warships underway. Photo of John Walker with other Naval crewmen. Photo of Soviet Embassy in Washington, DC. Photo of cryptographic key card. U.S. nuclear submarine on surface. Zayre store in Washington, D.C. area. Drop site maps. Photo of John Walker's retirement party in 1977. Maps of North Africa and Europe. Photo of instructions for passing information at meeting sites in Vienna, Austria. Photo of Walker's residence, 1985. Photo of Jerry Whitworth. Letters from Whitworth to the FBI. Soviet KGB officer, Aleksei G. TKachenko. Michael Walker and Arthur Walker under arrest. John and Michael Walker under arrest. William Sessions, FBI Director.
Original design document of the DC-3. View of a Douglas DC-3 suspended from the ceiling of the Smithsonian Air and Space museum in Washington, DC. View of DC-3 plane taking off and in flight. 'Bonanza' written on the plane. Views of military use of the DC-3, in WWII for dropping paratroops, for carrying cargo, such as the Berlin Airlift, and as a gunship in Vietnam. A newspaper headline reads 'US Depends on Air to Ship Berlin Freight'. Interior view of the DC-3 as a luxury passenger aircraft, circa 1939. Discussion with a current executive of the McDonnell Douglas aircraft Company, Michael Burch. Scenes of DC-3 aircraft being manufactured in large factory plants during World War 2 era. Various scenes of vintage DC-3 aircraft, crews, passengers, and interior and exterior views over the years.
Inaugural Ceremony of U.S. President Ronald Reagan at the United States Capitol in Washington DC. Exterior of the Capitol building. Cars drive past on the street in front of the building. People gathered in the building. President Ronald Reagan arrives with officials at the ceremony. George H. W. Bush is sworn in as the Vice President. Ronald Reagan takes the oath of the President. His wife stands nearby. Soldiers fire artillery in a field.
Inaugural Ceremony of U.S. President Ronald Reagan at the United States Capitol in Washington DC. Ronald Reagan with his wife at the ceremony. People gathered for the ceremony. People applaud. Soldiers fire artillery on a field. President Reagan addresses the people present at the ceremony. He thanks people for the honor bestowed upon him. He states that the Americans have given many inventions to the world and gone for the aid of mankind. He talks about situations when he took the oath four years ago. He also talks about developments in the country regarding the reduction in tax rates, inflation cut and employment of more people. He says that the Americans would not rest until every one enjoys the fullness of freedom, dignity and opportunity as birthright.
Inaugural Ceremony of U.S. President Ronald Reagan at the United States Capitol in Washington DC. People gathered for the ceremony. President Reagan addresses them. He states that the American people will build a society in which all will live with a feeling of togetherness with no discrimination. He also talks about domestic goals and the limitations which they should put on the National Government. He says that the Soviet Union has conducted the greatest military buildup, building arsenals of offensive weapons. He says that we have made progress in restoring our defense capability. But much remains to be done. There is only one way to reduce the cost of national security, and that is to reduce the need for it.
Inaugural Ceremony of U.S. President Ronald Reagan at the United States Capitol in Washington DC. People gathered for the ceremony. President Reagan addresses them. He says that he has approved a research program to find a security shield that would destroy nuclear missiles before they reach their targets. It would help demilitarize the arsenals of the earth. He says that there will be a meeting with the Soviets hoping to agree on a way to rid the world of the threat of nuclear destruction. He also says that all the Americans will work together for achieving success.