U.S. Battleship, USS North Carolina (BB-55) underway in the Atlantic Ocean. Sailors raise signal flags. Bosun's mate pipes signal, and sailors respond to battle stations for live fire exercise. One of the ship's triple turret rotates with its 16 in (410 mm)/45 calibre Mark 6 guns. Her1.1 in (28 mm) anti-aircraft guns begin firing, followed by the 16 inch guns. Closeup of Captain Olaf M. Hustvedt, the first Commander of the U.S. North Carolina. He looks through binoculars. Night firing of the North Carolina's guns.
United States Navy's dirigible Los Angeles moored to 'USS Patoka' for a test trip from Lakehurst, New Jersey to Montauk Harbor, Long Island. Dirigible Los Angeles being moored on the mast of USS Patoka in the North Atlantic Ocean. Crew members walk out of the dirigible. A United States aircraft dives.
German sailors attack a British tanker underway in North Atlantic Ocean during World War II. German submarine surfaces while underway in the North Atlantic. A German sailor on the submarine deck and looks through a binocular. The submarine underway and the sailor stands on the surface. The sailor speaks to another sailor. The submarine underway in the North Atlantic. German sailors are initiated in a crossing of the Rubicon ceremony. The sailors on the deck and few in a basket tied with a rope. The sailors take pictures. Boats underway in the Atlantic. A British tanker underway. The surface of the submarine. A sailor looks through the binoculars. The sailors fire guns. The survivors are taken aboard the submarine. The British tanker is destroyed due to fire from a submarine's deck guns. The British tanker burns and smoke rises due to fire. The survivors on the submarine enjoy.
Naval exercises of Striking Fleet Atlantic (NATO Command) in the Atlantic Ocean. All Maritime Nations of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization participate in the exercises. USS Northampton at sea. Smoke rises up from the smokestack of the ship. A signalman on signal bridge sends and receives messages by flashing light. Hoisting flag on signal bridge. A destroyer ship in background. Men aboard the ships. Aircraft on the flight deck of the ship. A sign reads 'US Atlantic Fleet'. Vice Admiral Harold T. Deuterman holds a conference with staff and ship officers.
Crash of a Grumman F4F-3 aircraft from U.S. Navy Squadron VF-42, on the carrier, USS Wasp, early in 1941. In a slow motion sequence, a U.S. Navy F4F-3, with F-42-17 painted on its side (BuNo 2537) is seen rounded out too high for landing, above all arresting cables, and drifting into the carrier's island, where it impacts, losing its right wing, and flipping over to crash inverted on the flight deck. Sailors stand in the background. After the aircraft settles, a sailor runs across the deck to render aid. (Note: Navy Squadrons VF-42 and VF-71, assigned to the USS Wasp, received their F4F-3 Wildcats in January and February of 1941 under Bureau of Aeronautics contract C-68219, order number 48-020. These aircraft were painted overall aluminum with VF-42 having willow green tails and VF-71 having black tails. Later in 1941 the aircraft were repainted overall light gray.)
North Atlantic Treaty Organization's Striking Fleet Atlantic participate in naval exercises in the Atlantic Ocean. A view of a rotating radar antenna. NATO ships underway. Flight deck operations aboard USS Shangri La (CV-38). A man seated at the controls. A Canadian aircraft takes off. The aircraft in flight. Pilots in the cockpit. Planes in formation. Demonstration of fire power. Smoke rises up due to explosions. Splashes in water.