A Navy butcher, a cook, a pharmaceutical unit and a hospital on USS Yorktown; and sailors enjoying food in galley
Pacific Ocean Date:1943 Duration:3 min 35 sec Sound:Yes
Functions, duties and crew activities aboard 'The Fighting Lady', pseudonym for the USS Yorktown, CV-10, in the Pacific Theater during World War II. Housekeeping activities aboard the ship. U.S. Navy sailors on the deck do exercises and lay under the sun. A man plays with a dog (the ship's mascot, named Scrappy). The ship leaves the Panama Canal. Reserve, specialists and pilots eat food. Non commission personnel stand in a mess line and serve themselves food. They sit at a table and eat food. The non commission personnel peal vegetables. A navy butcher and a cook at work. A pharmaceutical unit and a hospital on the ship. A tailor, a cobbler and a dry cleaner work on the ship.
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