Covers events relating to the Operation Greenhouse atomic tests. Shows U.S. troops and men at an American outpost at Enewetak Atoll (sometimes spelled Eniwetok or Eniewetok) in Marshall Islands. A water pumping station on the island. Boats and small planes provide transport facility on the island. The test island serve as a learning ground to U.S. Army, Navy and Air Force. Tanks fitted with measuring instruments are stationed near the Zero Tower to measure the radioactivity ,heat and pressure generated at the time of blast. Reinforced concrete buildings are build to withstand the atomic blast. Test objects like an airplane wing and fuselage section are positioned to study the effect of blast on them. U.S. parachute troopers stand beside a transport plane. Commander and his crew at the Joint Task Headquarters in Perry Islands,USA, make final decisions before the atomic test on Enewetak. Unmanned B-17s and fighter jets take off at night to collect valuable information during the blast. View of the atomic bomb explosion and its effect on the buildings at the test island.
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