Technological advances in the United States after World War 2 shared with other NATO member countries
United States USA Date:1953 Duration:2 min 29 sec Sound:Yes
U.S. Marines dropped off from U.S. marine helicopters at a landing zone during maneuvers. and then running on a field. Representatives of United Nations permanent member countries in a weekly conference session meeting of the permanent council. U.S. Congress in session in Capitol building. Technological advances in U.S. U.S. President Eisenhower on a visit passes beneath a sign "Atoms for Peace" and observes various displays dealing with atomic power and nuclear power. An early nuclear power plant in Idaho, and view of an electical power plant control room that uses power from the nuclear plant. Doctor in a hospital checks a patient using a atomic scanner. American workers work in Oil fields in the United States -- view of many oil rigs in one area and two oil workers working on an oil rig. Tractors and modern large harvesting devices being used in farms. Miners sit in mining rail carts and then enter a mine on the rail cart. Sign on wall at coal mine entrance reads, "Inland Steel Company." And below it another sign, "Price Mine Number 1. 1950." (mine in Price, Kentucky). Mechanical mining cutter used in mine is seen turning out many large chunks of coal. Rail carts transport raw ore out from the Price, Kentucky coal mine.
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