Canadian pilots and officers being briefed and British and Canadian airplanes fly in England.
United Kingdom Date:1960 Duration:3 min 59 sec Sound:NO SOUND
North Atlantic Treaty Organization personnel in England during the Cold War ca.1960 Headquarter building in England. The flag of the NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) and two other flags on the building. A sign on the building reads : "Headquarters the Commanders in Chief Eastern Atlantic Area Atlantic Command." Officers and men at work in the headquarter building. Ships of NATO nations at sea. A man writes on a board. Signs on a board : 'Envoy' , 'Enemy Submarines'. A Canadian Argus airplane being loaded with bombs. Canadian pilots being briefed. Royal Canadian Air Force Argus airplane takes off. A U.S. Navy WV-2 Constellation radar plane in flight. U.S. Navy Lockheed P-2 Neptunes flying in formation. A British Shackleton airplane on an airfield. A sign : 'Operations Room'. Naval officers during a briefing. A British four-engine Shackleton airplane flies over a coastline. Interior of the airplane in flight. British crew at work. A radarscope in operation. The British airplane flying over water.
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