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United States President Gerald R. Ford gestures a map of Cambodia as he makes a key point during a National Security Council (NSC) meeting on the Cambodian - United States ship incident at the White House in Washington, D.C. on May 14, 1975.  Attending the meeting from left to right: Robert S. Ingersol of the Department of State; President Ford; United States Secretary of Defense James R. Schlesinger; and Deputy Secretary of Defense William P. Clements, Jr.<br />
Credit: David Hume Kennerly - White House via CNP<br />
Mandatory Credit: David Hume Kennerly / White House via CNP
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United States President Gerald R. Ford gestures a map of Cambodia as he makes a key point during a National Security Council (NSC) meeting on the Cambodian - United States ship incident at the White House in Washington, D.C. on May 14, 1975. Attending the meeting from left to right: Robert S. Ingersol of the Department of State; President Ford; United States Secretary of Defense James R. Schlesinger; and Deputy Secretary of Defense William P. Clements, Jr.
Credit: David Hume Kennerly - White House via CNP
Mandatory Credit: David Hume Kennerly / White House via CNP

Filename: 051475Ford_Chairs_NSC_Meeting.jpg
Source: Consolidated News Photos
Date: 14 May 1975
Location: Washington District of Columbia United States of America
Credit: David Hume Kennerly - White House via CNP
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