General Alfred M. Gruenther inspects the honor guard along with three army men and talks to pilots in Wiesbaden, Germany.
Wiesbaden Germany Date:1955 Duration:3 min 7 sec Sound:NO SOUND
U.S. Congressmen and high ranking officers arrive at the United States Air Forces in Europe (USAFE) in Wiesbaden, Germany. General Alfred M. Gruenther, Supreme Allied Commander of Europe, comes out of an aircraft. He is being greeted by Lt. General William H. Tunner and Major General Royden Beebe. They inspect the honor guard along with Lt. John Panarese of the 7100th Air Police Squadron. General Gruenther accompanied by Lt. General Tunner talks with the pilot and the crew standing in front of a F-84F Thunderstreak. General Gruenther walks over and speaks with the pilot of a F-86D. Four stars on the plate on the front bumper of a Lincoln staff car. An aircraft passenger stand. The side of the stand reads ' 7100th Support Wing, Wiesbaden Air Base, Germany'. General Gruenther accompanied with General Tunner talks with the crew of a B-57 Canberra. They inspect the B-57 Canberra and then leave in a staff bus. A C-121 Constellation parked in background.
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