Operation Babylift: 40 Years After Bay Area Opened Arms To Vietnam’s Orphans, Historic Sites Hidden In Plain Sight
Harmon Hall now sits vacant and locked up just across Old Mason Street from the former military air field. But in 1975 it was the first U.S. home for orphaned children from the war, including three little girls who reflected on their 40 year journey with KPIX 5.
In a first-ever breaking news moment captured live on television, the Bay Area saw history in the making, as a region’s identity and place in history was forever changed in the first of several flights filled with babies.
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SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) – Each week, CBS 5 and KCBS broadcast the stories of the Jefferson Award winners, sharing the projects and progress of those working tirelessly to serve others. And in this fragile […]
The end of 2011 marks seven years of broadcasting the stories of the Bay Area Jefferson Award winners. A profile of a winner is posted each week on CBSSF.com and is aired on CBS 5 and KCBS.