United States and South Vietnamese soldiers defend Kontum during the Nguyen Hue Campaign of the Vietnam War. The Kontum airfield seen through concertina wire. United States Air Force C-123 Provider transport aircraft parked on the airfield. A C-123 taxis and takes off. The runway at the airfield. Hills in the background. Aerial view of the surrounding area. A C-123 taxis and takes off. The aircraft in flight. A C-123 lands at the airfield. Soldiers on a road.
United States and South Vietnamese soldiers defend Kontum during the Nguyen Hue Campaign of the Vietnam War. A South Vietnamese officer questions Montagnard refugees on a road. U.S. soldiers watch as he talks to the refugee man and woman with a child. American and South Vietnamese officers inspect a captured North Vietnamese map. The map spread on the bonnet of a military vehicle. A photograph of a Vietnamese woman near the map.
The Marine Corps War Memorial (Iwo Jima Memorial) dedicated by President Dwight Eisenhower in Arlington, Virginia. Sculptor of the Memorial Felix de Weldon talking to a guest. A large crowd in the background. U.S. Marines march with the American and USMC flag. Weldon and photographer who shot the original Iwo Jima flag raising, Joe Rosenthal shaking hands before the Memorial. The Iwo Jima Memorial.
American Army officers and military war correspondents in London, England shortly before D-Day operations. U.S. officers walk down a street. Officers near a monument talk. An officer clicks pictures. Officers chat and smile. Double decker buses on the street. The Big Ben clock tower in the background. Tulips in a park, people walk in the background. Big Ben with pedestrians in the foreground.
View of green fields and Hawaii hills. Two U.S. Navy cruisers steaming out at sea. United States cruisers fire on convoy of Japanese ships during Operation Road's End, destroying the naval forces of Japan following the war. Smoke and fire rises from the Japanese cargo ship which is hit. Scene shifts to a huge fire with thick black smoke rising from a dock at Pearl Harbor. A massive ammunition explosion triggered by the fire is seen.
200 set of twins aged between 9 months to 90 years compete in 'Doubles tourney' in Albany, New York. Number of twin children, women, old men, toddlers, young girls and boys dressed alike for the competition. All the twins vie for prizes. Various twins are shown together posing for the camera. Two elderly men are among them, one of whom wears what appears to be a Civil War veteran's medal on his lapel.