Pilots of U.S. Navy Strike Fighter Squadron 25 (VFA-25) being debriefed on board the aircraft carrier USS Boxer (CV-21). They have returned from missions against shore defenses in and around Incheon, Korea, in support of the amphibious landings there.. Commander R.W. Phillips,Lieutenant Junior Grade E.J. Carrol and Lieutenant Commander G.C. Bergey at the debriefing. Lieutenant A.W. Motley relaxes. (Korean War)
Sailors in line buy ice cream from ship's soda fountain, on board United States Navy aircraft carrier USS Boxer (CV-21) in waters off Korea, near the end of the Korean War. Ship's service men dressed in white dip ice cream and place it in paper cups from behind the fountain. Another service man in background puts topping on the cream and places the cups on the counter. Sailors come along and take the cups.
Naval and Marine units occupies most of the country. Soldier march though streets of Argentina. Troops with rifles on street. View of a warship in sea carrying aircrafts. Naval planes in sky. Marines seize Buenos Aires for a few hours and Navy planes blast loyalist tank units making rocket attacks. View of damaged naval base and naval planes. Military tanks and trucks on road. Sixty dead in a two- day war.
Several American warships at anchor. U.S. flag on stern of one ship. Troops marshalled on dock and boarding a ship. Troops get off a truck. Troops line the railings aboard a ship at the pier. They wave as the troop ship pulls away. Seaside Navy recruiting station registers men with sign on a table reading: 'Recruiting to war strength'. Six American battleships steam away in a line.
Map of Europe highlights Foggia and London from where Allied bombers take off to attack German targets. British officer briefs pilots. Allied aircraft take off. Allied aircraft strafe German factories, shipyards, submarine bases, airfields and oil refineries. British airplanes attack German war production centers at night. Airplane strafes a moving train. Explosions on German airfield. Planes in flames. Allied planes down German fighters over Europe.
A television program 'Longines Chronoscope'. News correspondents Larry LeSueur and Bill Costello talk with Senator Mike Mansfield, from Montana. Senator Mansfield talks in regard to Formosa and Chinese Communists. He states that if Chinese launch attack on islands off the mainland then there will be war. Allied forces talk in South East Asia. He also says that the United States has given recognition to Red China by asking UN to help obtain ceasefire in Formosa.