U.S. Navy personnel tend planes on USS Constellation (CVA-64) in South China Sea, during Vietnam War.
South China Sea Date:1967 Duration:3 min 0 sec Sound:NO SOUND
A-4E aircraft parked on flight deck of the USS Constellation (CVA-64). Plane captains walk along flight deck. A- 4Es parked in far background, framed by part of A-3B.Plane captain along port side of cockpit of A-4E. NK Tail code of Carrier Wing 14, seen on all aircraft. Green shirts stand looking up toward plane captain working on windshield of A-4E.Radar antennas rotating on the Island. A-4E parked on deck, tow-bar attached to nose wheel, water framed in background. Group of men, in left background, sunning themselves. A-4E parked on deck, island structure in left BG. Man standing alongside cockpit talking to plane captain seated in cockpit of A-4E. plane captain scrubbing down top inner section of starb'd wing. VA 55 Warhorses logo and USS Constellation painted on fuselage of plane. Man cleaning vertical stabilizer.View of ship's bridge. Men cleaning down vertical and horizontal stabilizers of A-4E. Man in far background cleaning port side of cockpit area as fourth man at right cleans starboard wing. Looking aft, from forward part of flight deck, island in left, shows empty flight deck and a lone yellow shirt seated on two wheel chocks.
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