A study by the US Air Force Historical Division on Air Force plans, policies, and operations in South Vietnam during the period 1961-63.
This study, prepared by the US Air Force and originally classified, focuses on US Air Force plans and policies in the war in Southeast Asia in South Vietnam and Laos in 1964.
This study for the US Air Force examines the U.S. Air Force role in five crises in the late 1950s through mid-1960s: Lebanon, Taiwan Straits, Congo, the Cuban Missile Crisis, and the Dominican Republic.
Footage of the 352nd Fighter Squadron preparing to deploy to Dhahran, Saudi Arabia, as part of Operation Hard Surface.
Coverage of F-100’s from 352nd Fighter Squadron departing for Saudi Arabia in June 1963.
Footage of the medivac operations of the 315th Air Division Task Force Alpha in South Vietnam in April 1968.
Medical tests on the effects of some of the stresses on the bodies of astronauts in the lunar landing program and other space travel, including the effects of zero gravity, heat stress, and escaping from a capsule falling from space.
The U.S. Air Force undertakes a humanitarian mission to assist the people of Seville recover from flooding.
Recovery in at Edwards Air Force Base of the experimental, supersonic rocket-powered aircraft X-15 after landing. The X-15 holds the record to this day for the highest speed ever reached by a manned, powered aircraft.