United States monitoring Cuba and enforcing Kennedy's shipment quarantine order during the Cuban Missle Crisis
United States USA Date:1962, October Duration:4 min 47 sec Sound:Yes
Community fallout shelters being stocked. Lorries and trucks on road carry supplies. View of Red Ball trucking line truck. Interiors of United Nations building. United Nation Ambassador Stevenson asks the USSR delegate whether there are missile bases on Cuba. President Kennedy signs Quarantine order on what materials may be shipped to Cuba, to begin 10am on October 24, 1962. B-52 bombers take off, taking 24 hour missions. Interceptors and fighters take off. Views on aircraft carriers with fueling and takeoff operations on flight deck. Radar dishes and radio communications. U.S. battleship at sea. U.S. intercepts Soviet tanker and allows her to proceed. Reconnaissance aircraft over Cuba. Views of White House. SAC bombers and anti aircraft missiles on 5 to 15 minute alert to handle any critical situation. Interiors of control room inside the Headquarters of American Air Defense Command.
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