USS Valcour leaves Bahrein and is underway in the Red Sea. USS Valcour (AGF-1) at sea. Smoke comes out from the stack of the ship. Starboard quarter view. The ship underway at the sea.
Blue shirt, flight deck crewmen seen under an A-4E. Pilot looking into cockpit of another A-4E.Plane captain (brown shirt) and an armorer (red shirt) under the plane. Catapult and arresting gear crew (green shirts) set up a catapult. Island of the carrier (Coral Sea,CVA-43) in background. Red shirt armorers crawling over an aircraft. Squadron maintenance (green shirts) work on nose radar of an F-4B. Pilot seen earlier, climbs into cockpit of his A-4E. Tractor backs A-3B down over deck. It is parked on side of a E-2A .
Highlights from two Boston Red Sox-Minnesota Twins games in 1967 that decided the American League pennant. The scoreboard at Boston's Fenway Park. U.S. Vice President Hubert Humphrey from Minnesota and and U.S. Senator Edward Kennedy of Massachusetts stand in the Red Sox' dugout. The crowd cheers. Carl Yastrzemski hits 44th home run to win the first game for the Red Sox as the crowd goes wild. In game two, Fenway Park scoreboard shows game tied 2-2 in the sixth inning. Red Sox take the lead on infield hit, wild pitch and another infield hit. In ninth inning, the Sox get final out on a popup caught by shortstop Rico Petroceli. Fans celebrate Boston's first baseball title in two decades and storm field, where they mob winning pitcher Jim Lonborg (#16).
Red Shirts(Aviation ordnance crews) are seen at work on deck of the U.S. Aircraft Carrier, USS Coral Sea. They load bombs on pylon of an A-4E displaying "VA-153"(Attack Squadron 153) on its fuselage and tail code "NL" of Carrier Air Wing 15. Yellow shirt, flight deck director speaks in microphone. An E-2A tactical Airborne Early Warning (AEW) aircraft is catapulted.Yellow shirt giving rev-up to A-4E aircraft , launch signal is given. A-4E takes off. Planes take off the deck in succession. A-3B is given a launch signal by an officer , plane takes off. Smoke is generated as the planes takes off.
Rookie Boston Red Sox pitcher Billy Rohr comes within one out of throwing a no-hitter against the New York Yankees in baseball game at Yankee Stadium, April 1967. Rohr faces the last batter as scoreboard (in background) shows the Red Sox' 3-0 lead and zero hits for Yankees. Yankee catcher Elston Howard lines a single into right field, breaking up the no-hitter. Rohr gets final out and crowd cheers and teammates congratulate him. Final shot is Rohr standing at top step of dugout, chewing gum, contemplating how close he came to the rare baseball feat.
Combat training at Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton in California, United States. The Marines carrying sea bags moving in a line and loading the bags onto rear of large flatbed trucks. A Marine troop instructor stands watching the Marines. Other Marine troop handlers and instructors sit at tables beside the trucks. The Marines carrying sea bags which they load onto rear of several parked flatbed trucks. Several Marines stand atop a parked truck in background. A Marines Sergeant wearing a white helmet with letters 'Embarkation' written on it. The Marines Sergeant seated at a table beside the truck. The Marines Sergeant looking at a paper on the table. A few Marines standing and a few of them walking beside the truck in the background. A few Marines standing atop the truck and a few of them on the ground place wooden railing into rear of truck containing sea bags. The Marines on the ground pass sea bags to other Marines standing atop the parked flatbed truck. A Marine wearing white helmet with letters 'Stag. Bn.' on the helmet. The Marines Sergeant holding a paper having a list. A large number of Marines standing in groups beside sea bags in an open area. Parked trucks in background. A few Marines loading sea bags on the rear of a flatbed truck. A few Marines standing and a few of them sitting on sea bags in the area. Few Marines loading sea bags onto rear of parked truck. A few marines seated on sea bags and a few of them on ground. A Marine with a red tag hanging round his neck, seated on ground and reading a book. Marines placing sea bags onto rear of a flatbed truck atop which other Marines are standing.