U.S. servicemen are kept informed through Stars and Stripes newspaper, radio and television telecasts in the South East Asia.
South East Asia Date:1975 Duration:1 min 55 sec Sound:Yes
American servicemen are kept informed by newspapers and radio telecasts. In Guam, Mariana Islands : a serviceman seated at a table in a room listens to a radio and writes a letter to his wife. A radio jockey hosts a musical show and plays songs for listeners from a studio. In Korea : a soldier reads Stars and Stripes newspaper while getting a haircut. In South Vietnam: mechanics read a newspaper. Newspapermen work and write for the Pacific edition of Stars and Stripes newspaper. In Thailand : American servicemen watch a sports program at USO Club. A video taping technician works with recording devices at a television station. American soldiers watch a television show. A television engineer controls a program on air at the American Forces Korea Network. A man works on a typewriter.
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