Air operations aboard USS Constellation (CVA-64) in Tonkin Gulf.
Gulf of Tonkin Vietnam Date:1970, February 21 Duration:2 min 49 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Bombs come over on hi-line from USS Camden (AOE-2) during replenishment at sea in Tonkin Gulf. Life net with bombs framed in the background. Water between USS Camden and Constellation shows twin fuel hose. Supplies transferred. Bombs hi-lined across water to USS Constellation. Flight deck safety net. Rack of bombs over hi-line, passing by twin fuel line connected between two ships. Rack of bombs taken off deck of USS Camden, coming over on hi- line. Forklift busy on deck, moves supplies into position. Bombs arriving to ship. Men at work on weather deck of USS Camden. Another rack of bombs is picked up on hi-line. Bombs coming over, leaving ship's side and moving towards CVA (Attack Aircraft Carrier). Looking aft on port side of Camden, crewmen stand in dungarees aboard CVA looking on during replenishment. Two fueling stations operate. UH- 46D picks up supplies from stern of USS Camden during vertical replenishment. Side no "OE-2" on port bow of USS Camden. Party works on port weather deck of USS Camden. Rack of bombs picked up from deck. Second rack picked up on second hi-line and sent out over side. Port side of USS Camden during the underway replenishment. Flight deck edge safety net. Bombs coming over at various stations while refueling goes on. Working party at work on deck area of USS Camden. Another rack of bombs leave side of ship. Forklift moves another rack of bombs in position.
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