Symposium on Intelligence and the Cuban Missle Crisis 1962
Length: 41 Minutes
The CIA held a panel discussion on October 19, 1992 to discuss gathering intelligence, the intelligence field, and the 1962 Bay of Pigs invasion. “Symposium on Intelligence and the Cuban Missile Crisis 1962” begins with a picture analysis noticing Russian missile silos in Cuba and the consequent escalation of tensions between communist and American forces. After the history lesson, panelists and ranking members of the intelligence community, discuss methods, changes, and the intelligence that ultimately resulted in the Bay of Pigs.
Airplanes Aviation Industry & Military Fighter Planes
This thrice weekly news program is sponsored by Longines-Wittnauer Watch Company. Mundy I. Peale, Chairman of Board of Governors of Aircraft Association, discusses new developments in the manufacturing of military aircraft. Mr. Peale explains the new Republic F-84 Thunderstreak, a fighter bomber, and its capabilities. He also enlightens viewers of the differences between Russian and American aircraft and commercial transports. Mr. Peale closes the interview by reviewing what advances should be made in the coming years in aviation technology.