U.S. Navy battle fleet engaged in Fleet Problem maneuvers in the Pacific Ocean
Pacific Ocean Date:1925 Duration:2 min 42 sec Sound:NO SOUND
The U.S. Navy battle fleet engaged in Fleet Problem (number 5) in 1925. Armed U.S. sailors wade ashore from whale boats. They assemble and march from the beach carrying the colors. Sailors and marines charge across a beach area and fire their rifles at targets from prone positions. They jump up en masse and repeat the process closer to the targets. U.S. warships anchored (possibly at Pearl Harbor).Martin SC-1 float planes take off on scouting mission. A formation of Martin SC-1s in flight. U.S. Submarine (SS-44) glides abeam a battleship. A line of submarines moving on the surface past a battleship in the background. A pair of light cruisers underway.
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