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British Royal Navy Supermarine Attacker F1 aircraft practice touch and go landings on the angled deck of the USS Antietam (CVA-36) in 1953.

British Royal Navy Supermarine Attacker F1 aircraft is seen approaching to land on the U.S. Aircraft Carrier, USS Antietam (CVA-36) during British Navy practice carrier operations using her angled flight deck, in 1953. Anti-aircraft guns on the Antietam are seen in foreground. The aircraft bounces upon touchdown and immediately continues in a touch and go landing. Another (or the same) Supermarine aircraft repeats a similar touch and go landing. A third British Attacker aircraft approaches to land, but rounds out too high and simply goes around. The next one seen executes a perfect touch and go but the one behind it fails to "touch" before continuing, as does the next one trying a touch and go. The next one makes a smooth touch down before proceeding to go. The final scene shows a Supermarine Attacker F1 aircraft touching down and staying there, in a full stop landing employing arresting gear.

Date: 1953, June 29
Duration: 1 min 20 sec
Sound: No
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Unedited
Language: None
 
 
British Royal Navy Supermarine Attacker F1 aircraft makes arrested landing on the angled deck of the USS Antietam (CVA-36) in 1953. Several Hawker Seahawk planes shoot touch and go landings on the Antietam

British Royal Navy practice carrier operations aboard the United States aircraft carrier USS Antietam (CVA-36) in 1953. A Supermarine Attacker F1 aircraft lands on angled deck of the Antietam employing arresting gear. Several British Royal Navy Hawker Seahawk aircraft make repeated touch and go landings (10) on the Antietam. The last Seahawk plane makes an arrested landing.

Date: 1953, June 29
Duration: 1 min 34 sec
Sound: No
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Unedited
Language: None
 
 
British Royal Navy Vampire aircraft makes arrested landing and then commences take off roll from the U.S. aircraft carrier Antietam (CV-36) during practice operations in 1953.

British Royal Navy de Havilland Vampire jet aircraft makes an arrested landing on the short angled deck of the American Aircraft Carrier, USS Antietam (CVA-36). Once the arresting gear is removed, a large group of sailors push on the wings of the aircraft to move it backwards into position for takeoff. The jet maneuvers slightly on the deck, then the pilot sets its engine to max power holding brakes and then releases them to begin a takeoff roll.

Date: 1953, June 29
Duration: 1 min 13 sec
Sound: No
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Unedited
Language: None
 
 
British Royal Navy aircraft exercise on the aircraft carrier, USS antietam (CVA-36)

Film opens showing recently launched British Navy de Havilland DH.112 Sea Venom aircraft in the air headed away from the Aircraft Carrier, USS Antietam (CVA-36). Another British Sea Venom aircraft takes off from the Antietam. Next, a slate is seen with date 23 June, 1953 and titled "Royal Navy Air Ops." The tail of a British Naval aircraft is seen with "Royal Navy WF 172" stenciled upon it. In the next scene, a Hawker Seahawk (early vesion with extended straight wings) is catapulted from the deck. A British Pilot is seen in a single seat Supermarine Attacker F1 aircraft on deck. A straight wing version of a Hawker Hunter GA11 aircraft is catapulted from the deck. View of a A U.S. Navy Piasecki HUP-1 helicopter from the USS Antietam.

Date: 1953, June 29
Duration: 1 min 16 sec
Sound: No
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Unedited
Language: None
 
 
British Royal Navy Hawker Seahawk aircraft make arrested landings on carrier, USS Antietam (CVA-36) during training with U.S. Navy

British Royal Navy flight operations aboard United States aircraft carrier USS Antietam (CVA-36) in 1953, A Royal Navy Hawker Seahawk aircraft makes a low pass over the angled flight deck on the Antietam. Next are seen a succession of successful arrested landings by six Seahawk aircraft. The last one taxis after being released from arresting gear.

Date: 1953, June 29
Duration: 1 min 14 sec
Sound: No
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Unedited
Language: None
 
 
U-boat activity on shipping in World War 2; NATO Naval operations protecting oceans during the Cold War

Responsibilities and assets of NATO's SACLANT. View from cockpit of aircraft landing on deck of U.S. aircraft carrier USS Bennington (CVA-20). Scenes of Atlantic ocean during World War 2. Periscope of German submarine breaks surface. Point of view inside a submarine as seen through periscope looking at a target ship. American convoy underway during World War 2 in the Atlantic Ocean. Underwater shot as a submarine launches torpedo at Allied ship. Allied freighter ships being struck by torpedoes. Underwater view of submarine. A torpedoed ship sinking, with only its bow sticking up in the air and then sinking under the ocean. Views of empty German submarine pens in Brest or Lorient after end of World War 2. Next scene shows a Douglas DC-4 passenger airplane as it passes by the Empire State building, while in flight over Manhattan Island, New York City. Steamships in terminals on the Hudson River. Tug boats and barges in New York harbor. Ocean-going cargo ships pass by the Statue of Liberty. Vehicular traffic in the streets of Norfolk, Virginia. A sign reads 'US Naval Base, Norfolk, Virginia'. View of ships and harbor at Norfolk Naval Station. Headquarters of the Supreme Allied Commander, Atlantic (SACLANT). NATO officers in the "great map room of SACLANT" at the Headquarters. World map placed on a wall. Scene from 1952: U.S. Navy Captain briefs Admiral Lynde D. McCormick, Commander-in-Chief of the U.S. Atlantic Fleet and also SACLANT. Map shows areas of SACLANT responsibility extending around the Atlantic from Southern Europe around past Iceland to the maritime provinces of Canada and down to the U.S. coast.. Surfaced submarine launches Regulus missile. Scene from 1960: U.S. Navy aircraft carrier USS Independence (CV-62) underway. Aircraft parked aboard the aircraft carrier. View of Naval Air Base at Oceana, Virginia. Douglas F4D flies above runway as another lands. Navy F8 aircraft parked on ramp. Canadian Naval Base at Halifax, Nova Scotia, with views of derricks, cranes, piers, and warships.

Date: 1960
Duration: 5 min 43 sec
Sound: Yes
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Edited
Language: English
 
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