Records of the Office of the Chief Signal Officer. 1860 - 1985. Motion Picture Films from the Army Library Copy Collection. 1964 - 1980. Arlington Cemetery, Virginia ; The arrival of the President of the Philippines, Washington National Airport ; Departure of helicopter, Pentagon, Washington, D.C. ;

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Records of the Office of the Chief Signal Officer. 1860 - 1985. Motion Picture Films from the Army Library Copy Collection. 1964 - 1980. Arlington Cemetery, Virginia ; The arrival of the President of the Philippines, Washington National Airport ; Departure of helicopter, Pentagon, Washington, D.C. ; The new Assistant Secretary of Defense for Manpower Personnel and Reserve, Pentagon, Washington, D.C.

1958

Princess Astrid of Norway places a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. It is raining (113 feet) -- Pres. Eisenhower with Carlos P. Garcia, Pres. of the Philippines, and Mrs. Garcia in car. Pres. Eisenhower, Sec. of State John F. Dulles greet the Philippines Pres. and his wife as they leave plane. They are also welcomed by others. MS, follow, Pres. Eisenhower, Dulles followed by Gen. Maxwell Taylor and others. The two Presidents review the Combined Honor Guard. Pres. Eisenhower making his welcome speech at the microphones and the Pres. of the Philippines replying. Very short. In the bg are Gen. Taylor, Carlos Romulo (400 feet) -- An H-21 helicopter lands at the Pentagon Heliport. A second H-21 comes in, lands. Pan to a third H-21 standing on the field warming up. A copter taking off. Cut-ins, US Army Band playing at one of the entrances to the Pentagon. The Shah of Iran, Mohammed Riza Pahlari, arrives and is greeted by State Dept. offical. The Shah reviews the Honor Guard. The Shah and others enter the Pentagon. (The man who greets the Shah appears to be Deputy Sec. of Defense, Donald Quarles.) (300 feet) -- Ints., Charles C. Finucane is sworn in. Dep. Sec. of Defense Donald Quarles is present. The oath is given by J.R. Loftis. Finucane is congratulated (913 feet).

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