Lyndon Johnson leaves in VC-137B aircraft after addressing troops and other officials at Cam Ranh Bay Air Base in Vietnam.
Vietnam Date:1967, December 23 Duration:2 min 47 sec Sound:NO SOUND
President of the United States Lyndon Baines Johnson visits Cam Ranh Bay Air Base in Vietnam during the Vietnam War. Troops including all service color guards break formation and run towards platform. President Johnson addresses troops. Presidential seal on door of a United States Air Force aircraft VC-137B aircraft. President Johnson talks to United States Army General William C Westmoreland and U.S. ambassador to South Vietnam Ellsworth Bunker. He boards the VC-137B aircraft. President waves from the top of the ramp. A red kangaroo painted on side of an aircraft. Ramp being rolled away from the aircraft. Ellsworth Bunker, Vice President of Vietnam Nguyen Cao Ky,William C Westmoreland and others walk on Air Base. William C. Westmoreland shakes hands with Nguyen Cao Ky. Ellsworth Bunker and General William Wallace Momyer in the background. Nguyen Cao Ky boards the United States Air Force aircraft T-39A.
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