U.S. Aircraft take off from USS Coral Sea in South China Sea.
South China sea Date:1967, December 2 Duration:2 min 45 sec Sound:NO SOUND
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.
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