By Langford, James Warren; Langford, James Warren; Langford, Martha; Langford, John W
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A photograph taken on the vast flight deck reinforces the message (fig. 18). A friendly handshake – the photographic standard ‘grip and grin’ – might have been staged as a photo opportunity, so neatly has it been executed by our novice photographer. ” A glance around the flight deck suggests that none of that is about to occur. Two sailors, one actually reclining, are taking a break in the background, above skids loaded with buckets. A cord or hose snakes across the The North American Tour 47 Figures 16 and 17 San Diego, California, January 1963 Figure 18 San Diego, California, January 1963 50 deck under the protagonists’ feet.
98 The word “supplement” can be taken as encompassing the possibilities of confirmation and modification – the power of seeing for oneself, as distinct from other ways of gathering information, though never quite correcting them for two somewhat contradictory reasons. First, the ways of seeing were in a sense pre-framed by exposure to images from the mass media that were embedded in ideological constructions. Second, the photographic opportunities that presented themselves were eventless – that is, devoid of journalistic interest.
36 The group left Colorado Springs and flew to Vandenberg Air Force Base in California for briefings at the headquarters of the First Missile Division of the Strategic Air Command. The following day visits were made to Atlas, Titan, and Minuteman intercontinental ballistic missile test-launch sites on the base. Not surprisingly, since these weapons were replacing bombers as the lynchpin of the US nuclear weapons strategy, there are no photographs. Then the tour moved on to the US Naval Station, San Diego, the largest naval base on the West Coast.
A Cold War tourist and his camera by Langford, James Warren; Langford, James Warren; Langford, Martha; Langford, John W