President Roosevelt returns from a three week long fishing trip to Pensacola, Florida. The United States ship Houston comes in the harbor at Naval flying station in Pensacola, Florida. Marine Guards lined up an honor guard. President's car pulls away as he waves to a large crowd at the harbor.
High altitude view of Pensacola Naval Aviation training school in Pensacola, Florida, United States. Buildings of the training school. Office and Aviation cadet barracks. A cadet in his room. He puts on his uniform and gets ready. Cadets wearing uniforms eat food in the mess.
Specialized flight training at Pensacola, Florida and Naas, Meridian, United States. Trained pilot sits at a restaurant with his companion and talks about flying. Pilots at beach with their companions sit and talk about specialties they are going to choose, companions join in conversation. Various U.S. aircrafts perform different work. A Propeller single engine combat aircraft lands. 5 mortar crafts in formation. Three jet air crafts in flight. A carrier craft carries load from ship at sea. Men hang over sea from rescue aircraft. 4 Blue Angel aircrafts in flight. Board of Naas Meridian in Mississippi, United States. Pilot gets training in jet with an instructor, they get on aircraft and take off. They perform aerobatics. Aircraft in formation. Pilot trained for gunnery. T-28 Propeller at Pensacola training airbase in flight.
The Cryptology Training Institute in Pensacola, Florida. A security guard at an entrance gate checks visitors A cryptologic officer briefs a group of trainees. He shows them how to take readings on an instrument. A radar screen. The trainees operate controls. Two women read a manual. A fleet of aircraft in flight. Cryptologic officers with headphones operate controls. A submarine and a ship underway at sea. A cryptologic officer seated at a desk in his office reads documents. Vehicles on a road. A tree in the foreground.
A Cadet and an instructor get into the seats of an N3N seaplane in Pensacola, Florida, and take off under the control of the cadet who flies the whole flight while being monitored by the instructor. After landing, the instructor gets out, and the officer-in-charge of operations signals the cadet and he takes off again and completes his first solo flight. The cadet gets out of the plane after he arrives at the pier, where other student flyers meet him and throw him into the water in celebration of his signal accomplishment.
Cadets learn about the operations and functions of plane's motor in Naval Aviation Academy in Pensacola, Florida. Instructor teaches the cadets by making diagrams about the functions of motor on black-board. They lean about the engine of plane. They take exams to become qualified radio operators. They also learn about the practical navigation.