USS Forrestal in a harbor in Newport News, Virginia. Men walking on the deck of the ship. Officers discussing amongst themselves while standing on the deck of the ship. Sea trials of the ship are cut short as two thrust bearing of the ship burn out. The ship underway at sea.
Two women sit in a Chrysler Corporation convertible car outdoors, at curbside. on a city street. 1955 models of Chrysler Corporation cars are displayed outdoors in a park like setting with ponds and statuary. Cars include Chrysler Imperial Newport, The women unveil new Desoto models. Later, they demonstrate electric powered windows. Visitors leave the display area carrying umbrellas, as rain begins to fall.
Launching of Destroyer, USS Dallas (DD199) at Newport News Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Company,.Newport News, Virginia, U.S.A. Shipyard workers and guests cheer and wave American flags as the USS Dallas goes down the ways into the water.
The launch of aircraft carrier Hornet at the Newport News Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Company, Newport News, Virginia. Aircraft carrier Hornet under construction at a shipyard. The bow of Hornet with the American flag. Scaffolding for construction. The christening of the aircraft carrier Hornet by Mrs. Frank Knox, wife of the Secretary of the Navy. The new aircraft carrier slides down the ways into the water. A crowd in the foreground. Several people holding umbrellas. Shipyard scaffolding in the background. The carrier anchored in the James River. Two tugs near the carrier.
American Army forces heading to France during World War 1. U.S. Army troops embark from Newport News, Virginia for France in 1918 during World War I. View of the Newport News harbor. USS Madawaska in the foreground. Other ships in the background. The troops with their supplies embark on USS America. They walk up a gangplank. The troops on the deck of USS America. The troops climb on the mast.
U.S. 105th Field Artillery and 2nd Battalion Pioneers aboard USS America and USS Madawaska in Newport News, Virginia leave for Europe in 1918 during World War I. U.S. troops aboard USS America. The ship leaves from the Newport News. The troops of 2nd Battalion Pioneers and 105th Field Artillery aboard USS Madawaska. The troops on the deck wave.