MAC aircraft transport and deliver relief material, bring back prisoners of war, and transport dignitaries
United States USA Date:1978 Duration:3 min 20 sec Sound:Yes
A man talks about American MAC medical missions from the MAC command headquarters. A map shows the path taken by a medically equipped C-141 from Irkutsk to Yokota Air Base hospital, Japan. Ground crewmen signal to a United States Air Force Military Airlift Command (MAC) aircraft. MAC planes deliver relief material to people during the floods in Pakistan. Men move towards the helicopter along with supplies. Supplies delivered during the famine and drought in North Central Africa. Men carry sacks of China rice. Destruction caused due to an earthquake in Guatemala. Cartons of clothes and other supplies loaded into a MAC plane. Plane taxis and takes off. Pilots talk on radio. U.S. prisoners of war brought back from Vietnam during Operation Home Coming. U.S. President Jimmy Carter exits a helicopter at Andrews Air Force Base and shakes the hand of a general. President Jimmy Carter climbs steps to Air Force One and enters the aircraft. Air Force One takes off from Andrews Air Force Base.
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