United States President Franklin D. Roosevelt with his newly appointed Cabinet and his wife Mrs Eleanor Roosevelt aboard the Indianapolis view naval maneuvers. Views of U.S. battleships, the carrier Lexington and other ships in sea. Office holders like U.S. War Secretary George Dern, Secretary of Navy Josephus Daniels and others can be seen. Airplanes in a flight formation, the naval fleet passes New York City. A gathering watches fleet; A U.S. flag can be seen.
Pilots of the 39th Fighter Interceptor Squadron of the United States Air Force prepare for mission in Korea. A briefing tent. Sign on the tent reads '39th Fighter Interceptor Squadron Operations'. Several pilots walk through the doorway donning gear. A man on the wing of a plane. He helps a pilot to climb into the cockpit of a P-51. The pilot has a knapsack. Close view of the nose section of the aircraft. The propellers start turning. (Korean War)
110-gallon jettisonable fuel tanks are installed on P-51 planes of the 12th Fighter Bomber Squadron, 18th Fighter Bomber Wing of the U.S. Air Force, at Chinhae Base (K-10) in Korea. F-51s with shark's teeth painted on their noses. Soldiers use trolleys to carry the fuel tanks towards the plane. Fuel tanks being fastened onto P-51s. (Korean War)
A ground crew member of the 18th Fighter Bomber Wing of the U.S. Air Force loads guns with 50 caliber shells on F-51 at Chinhae Base (K-10), in Korea. 50 caliber shells on the wing of F-51. The ground crew member loads guns with shells. He closes a lid and fastens the screws with the help of a screwdriver. (Korean War)
Civil War in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. U.S. Marine Forces patrol the perimeter of the international zone in Santo Domingo. A helicopter of the U.S. Marine Corps brings in supplies. A team of the Organization of American States. Marines in the streets. A Marine takes aim and fire. A wounded on a stretcher. Men near the open boot of a car. Civilians in the streets.
U.S. President Lyndon B Johnson speaks at the National Legislative Conference in San Antonio. He talks about the U.S. proposal for peace in Vietnam. He expresses the desire to negotiate with the Democratic Republic of Vietnam Ho Chi Minh and other Chiefs of States. He is prepared to send Secretary Rush to meet Vietnamese officials. Conference attendees seated during the speech. He states Hanoi's refusal of the peace offer, as a result of which the war in Vietnam continues.