U.S. Navy bombing campaign against Japanese-held Gilbert and Marshall Islands during World War II. This film taken aboard the heavy crusier, USS Northampton, CA-26. Captain William Dwight Chandler, Jr. (1890-1977) looks out at the sea with binoculars. Officer, helmsman and another sailor on bridge of the ship (interior). Officer, wearing older-style steel helmet, looks out to sea with binoculars. Gunnery officer wearing headphones. A Curtiss SOC Seagull seaplane is seen on catapult, behind him. Carrier at some distance, as seen through railings.
A U.S. submarine underway in the Pacific Ocean. The submarine underway and encircling the area.
A U.S. submarine underway in the Pacific Ocean. The submarine underway. It submerges in water.
A U.S. submarine underway in the Pacific Ocean. The submarine underway. Submarine submerging in water. Conning tower of the submarine. The periscope cutting through water. The submarine surfacing.
A U.S. submarine underway in the Pacific Ocean. The submarine underway on surface.
A U.S. submarine is seen underway in the Pacific Ocean on the surface of the water Sunset view. Bow of the submarine dipping into water. Men standing aboard the submarine. Men in conning tower watching through binoculars.