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Various U.S. Navy aircraft land aboard USS Coral Sea while underway in the South China Sea during Vietnam War.

USS Coral Sea underway in the Gulf of Tonkin during Vietnam War. USS Coral Sea, an aircraft carrier underway in the Gulf of Tonkin. U.S. Navy A-4E aircraft comes in for landing aboard USS Coral Sea. A-1J aircraft in a landing pattern as it is being recovered aboard. U.S. Navy A-1H aircraft takes a wave off over the deck of the aircraft carrier. U.S. Navy RF-8A aircraft comes in for landing and lands on the deck. U.S. Navy A-1J and C-2A also come in and land one by one. Two U.S. Navy F-4B aircraft land on the deck of the carrier. Aerial view of a destroyer escort underway at sea. A destroyer underway at sea. U.S. Navy KA-3B flies over the wake of USS Coral Sea. Another KA-3B aircraft comes in and lands at the deck.

Date: 1967, January 15
Duration: 2 min 34 sec
Sound: No
Color: Color
Clip Type: Unedited
Language: None
 
 
U.S. Navy A-6A and F-4B aircraft in flight over South China Sea during the Vietnam War.

U.S. Navy aircraft in flight over South China Sea during the Vietnam War. A United States destroyer underway in the Gulf of Tonkin of South China Sea. United States aircraft carrier underway at sea. U.S. Navy F-4B aircraft in flight. Another F-4B aircraft in flight. F-4B aircraft in formation flight. U.S. Navy A-6A aircraft in flight.

Date: 1967, January 15
Duration: 2 min 17 sec
Sound: No
Color: Color
Clip Type: Unedited
Language: None
 
 
2nd Sino-Japanese war, precursor to World War II in the Pacific. Pearl Harbor attack. Early phase of Pacific conflict between Japan and the U.S.

The film 'Sea power in the Pacific' showing Japanese dominance in China and at start of World War 2. Then it chronicles U.S. efforts to build Navy and fight back on sea and in the air. Opening scene shows Japanese Mitsubishi G3M (Type 96) bombers high overhead, and then closeup in formation. View from bomber of bomb bays open with bombs falling and view from ground of explosions and destruction. Overlay on film says: "China---1931." (This is not correct. The G3M bomber was not yet in service.) This film depicts Japanese attacks during second Sino-Japanese War, commencing 1937, Chinese civilians running to escape Jap;anese bombing of Singapore. Buildings destroyed and on fire. Next, Japanese troops, carrying the Rising Sun flag, are seen establishing a beachhead in an Amphibious assault. More scenes of Japanese infantry advancing through Singapore, ad it is being destroyed and burned. Soldiers charging along an alleyway, with pagoda in background. Next, Japanese soldiers are seen attacking Nanking, and committing atrocities during the so-called "Rape of Nanking," in December, 1937. Chinese civilians being summarily shot and dumped into a large open grave. Two Chinese prisoners with hands bound, being executed by rifle fire. Jubilant Japanese troops celebrating their victory. Map shows areas of China occupied during second Sino-Japanese war and the East Indies to the South. View of oil tanks; an open pit tin mine; a native cutting rubber tree bark to collect latex. Flags on map show regions of English, French, and Dutch colonial interest. It also shows Islands to the East, fortified by the Japanese. Cartoon shows Japanese soldier opposed by and American sailor (representing U.S. Sea Power). Next, famous images of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, December 7, 1941, are shown, including the USS Arizona burning and sinking. Hawaii, Midway, Wake, and the Philippines Islands, are highlighted on a map and Japanese control of the Pacific is illustrated. Japanese soldiers are seen displaying a captured American flag. U.S. Lieutenant General Jonathan M. Wainwright is seen surrendering the garrison at Corregidor, on May 6, 1942. View of Japanese General Masahara Homma discussing surrender terms with Wainright. Map shows interlocking web of Japanese fortified bases in Pacific and need for seapower to oppose it. View of American shipyard with hundreds of workers, employed to build ships for the war effort, in World War 2. Views welding, metal fabrication, and other shipbuilding activity. A new ship going down the ways and a woman christening a new ship with splash from bottle of champagne. A new "Liberty Ship," the Richard Bassett, going down the ways at Bethlehem-Fairfield Shipyard Inc. Baltimore, Maryland. Closeup view as the stern of another ship enters the water upon launching. View of it from a distance. Shipyard workers knock supports from under what may be a landing craft, as it is launched. Japanese warships underway in the Pacific and firing their naval guns. Explosions on a shoreline from naval bombardment. Japanese infantry wading ashore during an amphibious assault. Map shows where Japanese forces attempt an amphibious assault on Southern New Guinea, thwarted by the U.S. Navy in the battle of the Coral Sea of May, 1942. In June, 1942, a Japanese attempt against Midway Island, was again checked by the U.S. Navy in the Battle of Midway. View of USS Wasp (CV-7) carrier deck filled with airplanes, including Grumman F4F Wildcats. A Douglas SBD Dauntless dive bomber being cleared for takeoff from the Wasp. Gun camera film showing Japanese airplanes being shot down by pursuing U.S. aircraft.

Date: 1942
Duration: 5 min 28 sec
Sound: Yes
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Edited
Language: English
 
 
U.S. Navy KA-3B aircraft refuels another aircraft while in flight over South China Sea during the Vietnam War.

U.S. Navy aircraft in flight over South China Sea during Vietnam War. U.S. Navy KA-3B aircraft with a fuel hose as it is in flight over South China Sea. Fuel hose and fuel basket attached to the aircraft. KA-3B refuels an aircraft under it. KA-3B pulls away from the aircraft. KA-3B in flight drawing in the fuel hose. Fuel hose connected to the fueling nozzle of an aircraft.

Date: 1967, January 15
Duration: 58 sec
Sound: No
Color: Color
Clip Type: Unedited
Language: None
 
 
U.S. Aircraft take off from USS Coral Sea in South China Sea.

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.

Date: 1967, December 2
Duration: 2 min 45 sec
Sound: No
Color: Color
Clip Type: Unedited
Language: None
 
 
Flight deck activities aboard USS Coral Sea (CVA 43) in South China Sea during Vietnam War

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 .

Date: 1967, December 2
Duration: 2 min 13 sec
Sound: No
Color: Color
Clip Type: Unedited
Language: None
 
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