U.S. Air Force airlift operations in support of Belgian troops during crisis in Republic of Congo.
Kamina Republic of Congo Date:1964, November 26 Duration:2 min 4 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Belgian troops on Kamina airfield in Republic of Congo. U.S. Air Force C-130 aircraft behind them, raising dust with engines running. Belgian officers talk with a U.S. Air Force photographer. A U.S. Air Force Captain at flight planning table with several Belgian officers. Supplies being unloaded from C-130 aircraft. A truck moves away from the plane. Belgian Army scout cars drive across ramp and troops get down. U.S. Air Force Colonel Clayton M.Isaacson stands with an Air Force Captain and a photographer as they watch the C-130 commence its takeoff. The C-130 begins takeoff, raising dust. A Belgian soldier, with machine gun watches. The Aircraft makes long takeoff roll and barely clears trees at end of the airstrip.
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