Rigid airship USS Los Angeles moored to a mast of a ship in Newport, Rhode Island. USS Los Angeles moving slowly into position for mooring above the USS Patoka. She maneuvers into position and is moored to the mast of the USS Patoka. The back of the airship. 'US Navy' written on the side of the Los Angeles. Small boats pass in the water. The nose of the airship moored to the mast.
Yachts in trails for America's cup races in Newport, Rhode Island. Men on a yacht named Columbia. A yacht named Weatherly underway. A flag of United States on the yacht. Men on Nerfertiti yacht. The trail race starts. The yacht underway. The yachts underway during the trail race.
Harold Stirling Vanderbilt's J-class yacht Ranger wins America's Cup in Newport, Rhode Island. Yachts sail in water during the race. Ranger underway. Crew members on the Ranger during the race. A woman and a man on a yacht. The woman looks through binoculars. A man smokes a cigar. Aerial view of the yacht sailing. Ranger wins the race by defeating Thomas Octave Murdoch Sopwith's Endeavour II by 4-0. The crew of the Ranger poses.
The Match Race for America's Cup in Newport, Rhode Island. Race between home-bred sailors and Captain John M. Vanderbilt and his crew for America's Cup. Sail boats of home-bred sailors, underway at sea during the race. Ships of Captain John M. Vanderbilt and his crew underway. Captain John M. Vanderbilt and his crew's ships win from home-bred sailors.
Racing yacht towed to safe harbor in Newport,Rhode Island. Sail boat underway at sea. Coast guard aboard sailboat tow Britain's challenger Endeavor I racing yacht into safe harbor.
U.S. nuclear submarine, USS Seawolf (SSN-575) in bay near Newport, Rhode Island. President Eisenhower standing on deck with group of Naval officers. The American flag and the President's ensign fly from the boat. President Eisenhower descends through a hatch. He greets members of the crew and tours the boat. He observes crewmen at their duty stations. He cuts a cake, with "Commander in Chief" written on it. The cook serves the cake. President Eisenhower dines in the Crew's Mess. With him are Chief Hospital Corpsman Milton W. Tucker, USN; Presidential Press Secretary James Hagerty and
Seaman Apprentice W.J. Dooling. The President climbs out of the submarine on to the deck.