USAF personnel and Filipino snake caretakers look on as an airman lifts and exhibits a python at the Jungle Survival School.
Luzon Island Philippines Date:1967, February 7 Duration:3 min 33 sec Sound:NO SOUND
An orientation film for United States Air Force personnel assigned to Southeast Asia. The PACAF (Pacific Air Forces) Jungle Survival School at Clark Air Force Base on Luzon Island, Philippines. A USAF airman picks up a python. A Filipino snake caretaker helps him. Other personnel look on as the airman holds the python and lifts it up to his shoulder. The personnel take a look at the python as one touches it. The demonstrator holds another snake curled around his arm. The python crawls on the ground between the personnel's feet. Two Filipino snake caretakers stand nearby. 'PACAF Jungle Survival School' sign on the picket fence. Airmen in an enclosure. Tress and plant in the compound. Airmen leave the compound with their military rucksacks and get onto a truck.
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