Flight operations on deck of USS Enterprise (CVN-65), in the Gulf of Tonkin, during the Vietnam War
Gulf of Tonkin Vietnam Date:1967, March 28 Duration:2 min 53 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Flight operations on the USS Enterprise (CVN-65) during Vietnam War. Crewman seated inboard a helicopter prior to take off from USS Enterprise. Man is wearing a flight suit, hard hat, phones. Brown shirt standing on deck. Starboard bow view, USS Enterprise underway launching an A-4C aircraft. Starboard bow view. Ship underway launching an A-6A from second catapult. A-6A leaves the scene. Bow view of ship, showing the entire ship. F-4B aircraft catted from first catapult. A-6A catapulted from second catapult as seen from the starboard side of the ship. Starboard bow view. USS Enterprise with an F-4B being launched from first catapult. Bow view of ship. With an A-4C aircraft spotted forward on starboard side. Aircraft makes a touchdown in far background. Starboard bow view. Ship on underway. A-3B aircraft making landing in background. A-4E aircraft in the landing pattern over deck of ship. Plane touches down for an arrested landing. Starboard view. Ship as an A-4C takes a wave off over the deck. Ship, with aircraft spotted on deck. Ship as an A-4C aircraft comes in for a landing. Scene of flight deck area and bridge. A-3B makes a landing. Looking down over starboard bow area of ship, showing an A-6A aircraft taking a wave off. Several aircraft are spotted on deck, with ship underway.
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