A training film based on oceanographic study showing Atlantis-11 ship going underway in the Atlantic Ocean. U.S. flag flies from stern of a Coast Guard ship which is secured to dock. Many craft tied up in the background. Two technicians look over an item on electronic panel. Laboratory technician performs oxygen analysis. Small flask is partly filled with liquid from a glass tube on a bench. Crowd on dock area and aboard U.S. navy oceanographic research ship Atlantis 11. Brow pulled inboard on Atlantis 11 from dock. Two men on fantail of ship on right and crewmen on forecastle of cutter in left. Atlantis 11 pulls away from crowded dock. Crowd on dock waving. Atlantis 11 underway in mid-stream.
A training film based on oceanographic study by U.S. Navy in the Atlantic Ocean. Aerial view of a Naval Electronics Lab Tower.
A training film based on oceanographic study by U.S. Navy in the Atlantic Ocean. Aerial view of ships underway. Oceanographic research ship of U.S. Navy, Atlantis-11 underway. Starboard side of Atlantis-11 ship underway at sea.
U.S. Navy conducts experiment underwater to test man's ability to live under water in the Atlantic Ocean. A sign 'SEALAB I' written on an underwater sea laboratory. A scuba diver wearing oxygen mask swims underwater near the laboratory. U.S. Navy written on SEALAB I. Fishes swim underwater. The scuba diver stands on a platform. The Augus Island platform. The men look at the close circuit television. A scuba diver with supplies descends in water. A sign reads 'Welcome to Inner Space'. Lieutenant Commander Robert Thompson, Medical Doctor seated on a chair inside SEALAB I. He checks the carbon dioxide level. Chief Hospital Corpsman Sanders Manning reads a book. Gunners Mate First Class Lester Anderson speaks into a microphone. He communicates with Commander of SEALAB I Captain George F. Bond. They both talk to each other. A man wearing special equipment leaves the underwater sea laboratory. He takes reading from a meter. The fishes swim in water. They approach the man.
A U.S. Naval training film based on oceanographic study. Underwater views showing navy diver standing on bottom, looking over a shell. Small round rock formation on sandy bottom. Underwater photographer with his camera. Underwater foilage waves in current. Diver looks over a conch shell, turn it over in his hand, as he stands on ocean bottom. Plants underwater.
World's first nuclear powered ballistic missile submarine SSBN 598 or USS George Washington is shown sailing on water surface. It leaves the water surface disturbed as it moves.