A RADM addresses people at a pier in Newport, Rhode Island as Desron 20 returns from Vietnam.
Newport Rhode Island USA Date:1967, April 25 Duration:2 min 25 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Desron (Destroyer Squadron) 20 returns from Vietnam. People at a shipyard in Newport, Rhode Island. A sailor holding a small girl on his shoulder waves. Many dependents in the background behind the roped off area. A sailor embraces his wife after his arrival. The dependents jam a gangway to board one of the ships. A woman talks to a young sailor. Reunions take place aboard one of the ships. The dependents board one of the ship's unident. Two women talk with a sailor in dungarees. Ships tied up in the background. A young child with a large dough nut walks along the pier Naval personnel depart their ship with souvenirs. Naval personnel and crewmen from one of DD depart the ship over the brow. A RADM (Rear Admiral) stands at a podium on the pier and addresses the crowd. People in the background. The dependents approach the pier with their husbands. Men and their dependents depart one of the ships. A sailor holding his young child in his arms walks with his wife. Other people walk down the pier in the background. A small group of dependents stands on a pier next to one of the destroyers.
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