Activities of United States Federal Marshals in AIM (American Indian Movement) Native American Indian occupant area Wounded Knee South Dakota. U.S. troops and officers in field. U.S. marshal in camouflage dress. Officer waves. Man click from camera. Men put luggage in helicopter. It takes off.
Activities of United States Federal Marshals during AIM (American Indian Movement) Native American Indiean occupation at the outskirts of Lakota Nation in Wounded Knee South Dakota area. Vehicles in the field. United States soldiers sit in dugouts aiming rifles in field. They hide behind sand sacks and wood logs. Federal soldiers fire gun. Flag of United States flies over dug out.
Activities of United States Federal Marshals during AIM (American Indian Movement) siege of Wounded Knee on the outskirts of Native American Indian Lakota Nation in United States. Man stands holding a child. U.S. Marshals in camouflage uniform stand besides him. Man poses with a child. A man and woman talk. Woman comes and takes the child. She poses with the child.
General Hugh L. Scott seated on a chair demonstrates Indian sign language. General Scott demonstrates a sign for Wounded Knee River.
LVT (Landing Vehicle Tracked) parked at a road in Inchon, Korea. Several South Korean civilians stand by small hut on side. LVT-A4 moves along the road. Many Korean civilians in the background. The civilians wave. Long line of LVT passes by. United States Marines rest alongside of hill. Several buildings in the background. Marines pass on road beside civilians crouched beside the road. A group of captured men, most wearing white simple clothes. The prisoners on their knees with their hands behind their heads. A U.S. Marine treats wounded leg of a Korean. A wounded Korean lying on the ground with a bandage in his neck area. Korean prisoners are marched along a rice field. U.S. Marines guard them.
Scenes of U.S. Strategic Air Command Minuteman Missile Security Police at work in missile bases at Malmstrom AFB, Great Falls. Montans, Minot AFB, North Dakota, Elsworth AFB, Rapid City, South Dakota, Francis E. Warren AFB. Cheyenne, Wyoming, and Whiteman AFB, Missouri. An armed Air Force Security policeman walks past a parked B-52 bomber. Air Force film "Missile Guardians, SAC's Minutemen Security Police." Animated description of Missile Control Facilities. Missile Combat Officer opens 8 ton blast resistant door of facility. Interior of Launch Center with Officer at duty station. Safe (Red) containing missile launch keys. View of missile location, showing fence and intrusion detection radar antenna. Access cover, above missile, with seismic alarm system and combination lock. Security Police Controller in his office. Security alert team is summoned to respond to intrusion alarm. (Note: Narrated by Kemal Amen "Casey" Kasem)