Captain watches, rocket launchers fired and sailors plot and relay information from USS Carronade (IFS-1)
Vietnam Date:1967, October 16 Duration:2 min 36 sec Sound:NO SOUND
United States Navy Inshore Fire Support Ship, USS Carronade (IFS-1), during Vietnamese Counteroffensive - Phase III, during the Vietnamese War. Captain of the ship, Lieutenant Commander Roy E. McCoy, stands on bridge, in steel helmet and battle gear, looking through binoculars with cigar in his hand. Sailors speak over radio. Naval personnel stand and watch from a bridge. Rows of rocket launchers installed on deck. Rockets are fired. Sailors work on charts and maps inside the ship, showing inshore waters. Sailors relay plotting information over radio to fire command station.
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