Lyndon B Johnson is greeted by officials at Cam Ranh Bay Air Base on his arrival in Vietnam during the Vietnam War.
Vietnam Date:1967, December 23 Duration:2 min 11 sec Sound:NO SOUND
President of the United States Lyndon Baines Johnson visits Cam Ranh Bay Air Base in Vietnam during the Vietnam War. Military Police and Security Police form a cordon taking one arm's distance and salute. Insignia of the U.S. Air Force 12th Tactical Fighter Wing. Aircraft ramp reads 'Welcome to Cam Ranh Bay'. Ramp being pushed out to the United States Air Force aircraft VC-137B. President Johnson wearing tan gabardine zipper jacket bearing the gold seal of the President and General William Wallace Momyer alighting. The President Shakes hands with the Vice President of Vietnam Nguyen Cao Ky, U.S. ambassador to South Vietnam Ellsworth Bunker and General William C. Westmoreland. He talks to William C. Westmoreland. The President and Nguyen Cao Ky leave the air base in a car.
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