Early Warning Squadron Four takes off for a reconnaissance flight in the United States.
United States USA Date:1955 Duration:5 min 13 sec Sound:Yes
The role of Airborne Early Warning Squadron Four in the United States. A sign on a building reads 'US Fleet Weather Central'. Men work inside a room. Aircraft of the Airborne Early Warning Squadron Four in a hangar. U.S. Navy P-2Neptune aircraft takes off. Technicians at controls. A teletype machine. Records being analyzed. Technicians work on a weather map. Teletype message sent to the Reconnaissance Squadron. Alert sounded. Crew members briefed about the reconnaissance mission. An aerologist briefs them about the direction of the storm. Survival gear checked and laid out. Crew members board the aircraft and it take off. A radio operator at work. The navigator works on the course of the aircraft. The aerologist aboard an airborne aircraft looks at the weather conditions.
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