Titan II ICBM takes off on a flight in South Atlantic with camera on 2nd stage. Camera makes film of stage separation of the 1st stage above earth, as Titan II speeds at 17000 miles per hour. Camera helps earthlings to get a view of what astronauts will be seeing when the Gemini Space Vehicle is launched.
A field grade U.S. Air Force officer at Kindley Air Force Base, Bermuda, is seated in an office. Behind him on the wall is a large map of the Atlantic ocean with concentric rings on it, centered at Bermuda. He receives a paper report and makes a phone call. An airman at a communications center receives teletype messages and leaves to deliver them. Scene shifts to a flight engineer sitting at his panel aboard a WB-29A aircraft of the 53rd Strategic Weather Reconnaissance Squadron (Hurricane Hunters). The WB-29 is experiencing significant turbulence. An officer briefing a group of Air Force officers and airmen. View of 53rd Squadron area on ramp at Kindley Air Force Base. An officer briefing aircrews. A synoptic chart is mounted on front of his podium. A map of the entire Atlantic ocean and environs covers a wall behind him. To his left is a map of the South Atlantic with Bermuda highlighted at the top. a triangular air route is depicted on it. It is labeled: "Gull Hotel."
British ship South Goodwin submerges into water in the Atlantic Ocean. A light ship South Goodwin sinking. The ship tilts on one side. The ship submerging in water. Two men wearing headphones at controls. HMS Romola R class Destroyer underway at sea. 'Romola' written on the ship. The crew members on the deck of the ship. The rescued men from South Goodwin approach a raft. The men on the raft underway. The crew members on the deck. The ship tilts on one side as it sinks.
Aircraft carrier USS Franklin D. Roosevelt in the Atlantic Ocean during Operation Long Step. Heavy cruiser USS Des Moines CA-134 sends a blinker-light signal to USS FDR. Aircraft being spotted aft. USS Des Moines underway through rough seas southwest of Sardinia. Essex-class aircraft carrier USS Leyte's helicopter returns to the ship. USS Des Moines underway. Airplanes on flight deck of FDR in the foreground. A quartermaster sends USS Leyte a flashing-light signal. The quartermaster sends a message to heavy cruiser USS Columbus. USS Columbus answering USS FDR's message. Flight deck crew takes a break during Operation Long Step. Gearing-class destroyer USS Myles C. Fox, DD-829, airplane guard for USS Roosevelt, takes heavy seas over her bow during rough weather south of Malta. Two guardians stand by on station. USS Myles C. Fox in the background. Silhouette: USS FDR's helicopter U.S. Navy HUP being tied down to the flight deck. Sea and spray falling over the flight deck of USS FDR as it is underway south of the island of Malta. Views of aircraft on the flight deck.
Filmed from the Destroyer USS Nelson, DD-623, while the Allied naval convoy, UGF.9, was en route for the World War 2 invasion of Sicily (" Operation Husky"). Stern view of the amphibious force flag ship USS Ancon, AGC-4. Forward view of the bow of the USS Nelson as it comes along side of the USS Ancon. Starboard view of the USS Anchon. Head-on view of some of the transport ships in the convoy. Signalmen reading messages from other ships via telescopes. Commander Amphibious Force, Atlantic Fleet, Rear Admiral Alan Goodrich Kirk, (1888-1963) looks through binoculars, talks with staff member, and stands next to an unidentified captain. Starboard bow of the USS Nelson. Looking forward at the bow of the USS Nelson at the stern of the destroyer USS Mervine, DD-489, and lines are cast to the USS Mervine by the USS Nelson's crew. Port side view of a Gleaves class destroyer moving fast in heavy seas.
Venezuelan Airline's plane crashes in the Atlantic Ocean, south of New York. Search and rescue boats and planes arrive at the crash site. Belongings of the victims taken out of the water.