Fifty miles south of Madrid, Spanish soldiers and U. S. airmen work side by side?
Car entering Air Force Base in Spain.
Spanish guard saluting.
Helicopter team cruising over the picturesque Spanish countryside inspecting the 485-mile pipeline from low altitude.
Aerial inspection of the pipeline taken the helicopter near the heart of the ancient city of Cordoba where there is a magnificent Moorish Castle.
The air age makes an interesting contrast in Spain. An ancient Roman bridge near Madrid, the oldest building at Sienna De Aloudin and a few old bulls.
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Background: Fifty miles south of Madrid, Spanish soldiers and U. S. airmen work side by side in one of the several radar installations which make up the Air Defense net of the 16th Air Force in Spain.
In a remarkably short time since construction began, U. S. Air Force Bases and Air Defense installations have blossomed into operational use.
Helicopter teams whirl away inspecting the 485-mile pipeline which carries vital fuel and oil to keep aircraft at combat readiness throughout Spain.