Operations of the U.S. Air Force Weather Service of the Military Airlift Command
United States USA Date:1960 Duration:2 min 4 sec Sound:Yes
Film titled 'The Air Weather Service of the USAF.' Clouds in the sky. Aerial view of a flooded area. U.S. F-4 phantom fighter airplane lands using drag chute. F-100 aircraft refueling from a KB-29P tanker aircraft. C-130 aircraft dropping paratroops. Flight of 4 F-4 aircraft in formation. A B-52 bomber in flight. A rocket climbing after launch. A helicopter hovering over a river. Various means of gathering weather data all over the world about temperature, humidity, pressure, wind speed and visibility. Radars in operation. A Military Airlift Command Weather Service C-135 airborne, collecting weather aloft. Arctic weather station. Aircrews getting weather briefings from Air Weather Service meteorologists. Headquarters of U.S. Air Force Japan, 5th Air Force.
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