Officials examine an inactive bomb and local residents show ditches formed by bombs as press covers the event in Honduras.
Honduras Date:1950 Duration:3 min 31 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Accompanied by military personnel, reporters, photographers, officials and newsmen board a Honduran Air Force DC-3 aircraft in Honduras. 'Fuerza Aerea Hondurena'(Honduras Air Force) is stenciled on the plane. Aerial views of farmland. The aircraft lands on broad field, where local people and officials look at an unexploded bomb. Officials examine the bomb, with particular attention to the fuse in its nose. Reporters take notes. A large number of local people gather around the site. Some are on horseback, wearing straw hats and smoking cigars. Local men show small water-filled ditches created by bombs. Men on horseback ride away. A man shows a sleeve of his uniform. A small boy and girl are seen. An armed military aviation officer talks with reporters. A badge of 'Fuerza Aerea Honduras' is stitched on his uniform sleeve. Press photographers take pictures of a larger crater. A man bails water from the crater, exposing a bomb.
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