U.S. officers at USAF (United States Air Force) command post in Palomares, Spain after the 1966 B-52 crash.
Palomares Spain Date:1966, March 8 Duration:2 min 19 sec Sound:NO SOUND
U.S. Air Force and U.S. Navy officers in Palomares, Spain after a United States Air Forces Strategic Air Command B-52 bomber crash incident and during aircraft salvage operations of 1966. Civilians stand around outside a command tent at Camp Wilson. U.S. RADM (Rear Admiral) William A. Guest, USAF Major General Delmar E. Wilson, U.S. Ambassador to Spain Angier Biddle Duke, Spanish Minister of Health and Spanish Minister of Air come out of the command tent and get into cars. A car pulls away. A group of officers approaches a helicopter pad area. A civilian with a Spanish high ranking officer. A civilian photographer photographs the group. A Spanish helicopter in the helicopter area. Several dignitaries alongside the helicopter. Women guests get off the helicopter assisted by the Spanish officer. A group of Spanish teenagers looks on. A large group at the helicopter area. Dignitaries including RADM Guest, Major General Wilson and many civilians depart from tent. They walk down a road at the USAF Command Post.
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