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Transporting remains of those who lost their lives in the fire aboard USS Oriskany, October 26, 1966.

A pallet containing several flag-draped coffins of those who perished in the October 26, 1966 fire, aboard the USS Oriskany (CVA-34) are lowered to a pier from the ship, by crane. Several clergymen in robes stand on the pier. A flag on ship at half mast. Honor guard on pier with rifles. Sailors wheel the pallet of coffins across the pier. U.S. Navy Catholic Chaplain, Fr.Conall Richard Coughlin (who is stationed at Subic Bay) and the ship's Chaplain (Lt Commander) officiate on the ship's deck as coffins are placed on pallets.(The ship's own Catholic Chaplain, LCDR William John Garrity, perished, performing his duties, on October, 26, 1966, and is among these dead ). Sailors aboard the Oriskany open boxes of American flags as they prepare the coffins for transfer. Honor guard with rifles stand at parade rest on the pier. Church officials on the pier. A C-130 transport aircraft sits nearby with its rear door open ready to receive the coffins.

Date: 1966, October 28
Duration: 2 min 2 sec
Sound: No
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Unedited
Language: None
 
 
Scenes of Burial at Sea, for Lieutenant Commander Omar R. Ford, on the USS Oriskany (CVA-34) in the Philippine Sea

Following the tragic fire aboard the USS Oriskany (CVA-34) on October 26, 1966, remains of all 44 who died were returned to their families for burial, except for Lieutenant Commander Omar R. Ford, who's will requested burial at sea. Accordingly, on November 6, 1966, while the Oriskany was underway way to San Diego, from Subic Bay, a funeral with full military honors was conducted on board and Commander Ford's body was committed to the deep in the Philippine Sea. Marines form honor guard in full dress uniforms. Bugler holds trumpet. A Navy Commander and a Lt. Commander stand at attention. Group of ship's officers acting as pallbearers, stand by the flag-draped body. The ship's company in formation in dress whites. The Destroyer, USS Chevalier (DD-805) visible in water nearby. Ship's Captain, John H. Iarrobino, walks across the flight deck to a podium and speaks. Sailors with heads bowed. Pallbearers commit the body to the deep. Marine honor guard fire rifle salutes. Bugler plays taps. Officers salute. Pallbearers ceremoniously fold the American Flag into triangle and present to the Captain. Ceremony is ended.

Date: 1966, November 6
Duration: 5 min 40 sec
Sound: No
Color: Color
Clip Type: Unedited
Language: None
 
 
Ramains of 44 killed in fire on USS Oriskany, are moved from the ship to the shore at Subic Bay, Philippines

Remains of 44 who lost their lives in the fire on October 26, 1966, aboard the U.S. Aircraft Carrier, USS Oriskany (CVA-34) are respectfully covered by American flags and placed on platforms for transfer from the ship to the shore at Subic Bay Naval Station, Philippines. U.S.Navy Catholic Chaplain, Fr.Conall Richard Coughlin, who is stationed at Subic Bay assists the ship's Chaplain (Commander) in performing final religious rites over the flag-draped bodies.( The ship's Catholic Chaplain, LCDR William John Garrity, lost his own life, heroically serving the injured on October, 26, 1966). The bodies are transferred by crane to the dock, below where an honor guard stands. Sailors carry individual flag-draped coffins. Clergymen in ceremonial garb lead sailors carrying a coffin.

Date: 1966, October 28
Duration: 1 min 35 sec
Sound: No
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Unedited
Language: None
 
 
Coffins of those who perished in fire aboard the USS Oriskany, on October 26, 1966, are removed from the ship at Subic Bay

View from pier below as crane moves pallet of coffins from deck of the USS Oriskany (CVA-34) to the pier. (These are coffins of those who lost their lives in a fire aboard the Oriskany, on October 26, 1966.) View from behind two clergymen on the pier. Sailors carry coffins as clergy walk with them. Marine honor guard salute with rifles. Sailors load coffins on waiting C-130 transport airplane.

Date: 1966, October 28
Duration: 1 min 46 sec
Sound: No
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Unedited
Language: None
 
 
Governors, senators and congressman for various States chosen by American people in the 1966 elections.

American people in the 1966 elections choose governors, senators and congressman. Governor Romney wins the elections in Michigan. He smiles after his victory. Charles Percy wins in Illinois. Edward Brooke wins elections in Massachusetts as the first Negro Senator ever in the U.S. history. Governor Rockefeller wins for his third term as the governor of New York. Actor Ronald Reagan after winning elections in California addresses an assembly. Mrs Lurleen Wallace after winning the elections of Alabama waves towards people along with her husband, former Governor Wallace. Oath taking of new senators and governors at an official ceremony as President Lyndon Johnson watches.

Date: 1966, November 8
Duration: 1 min 11 sec
Sound: Yes
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Edited
Language: English
 
 
Parade, capacity crowd greet arrival of Braves major league baseball team to their new home in Atlanta, Georgia, 1966

ewsreel clip on the Atlanta Braves bringing major league baseball to the South. View of the downtown Atlanta skyline in 1966, followed by view of Atlanta Stadium. Thousands of people line the streets to welcome the Braves in a pre-game parade that proceeds South along Peachtree Street towards Five Corners, in the heart of the city. View of road sign at Peachtree and Houston streets. Banners reading "Welcome Braves." One car carries coach Ken Silvestri, Ken Johnson (#30), and Hank Fischer (#34). Closeup of them waving to the crowd. An intrepid boy watching from atop a traffic light. Boys and girls standing in front of adults on the sidewalk. One small boy sits on the sidewalk curb. The Players ride in wide 1960s-style open convertible cars and wave to the crowd. Other players seen include #19 Dennis Menke, #43 Rico Carty, and #35 Phil Niekro. Views inside Atlanta Stadium, filled with 50,000 spectators for the first game. Tony Cloninger delivers a pitch for the Braves, who would go onto to lose this game and the next.

Date: 1966, April 12
Duration: 1 min 12 sec
Sound: Yes
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Edited
Language: English
 
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