Snakeye bombs lifted up to the pylon of A-4C at USS Constellation in Gulf of Tonkin, Vietnam.
Gulf of Tonkin Vietnam Date:1967, December 6 Duration:3 min 52 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Bomb handling aboard USS Constellation (CVA-64) in Gulf of Tonkin, Vietnam. Ordnance man wheeling Snakeye bombs on a cart. Aviation Ordnance men push the bombs under the wing of A-4C aircraft. Men unscrew a pressure screw on side of bomb rack. Two Snakeye bombs wheeled under the pylon of A-4C. Snakeye bombs lifted up to the pylon. Bombs hooked up to the rack. Aviation Ordnance men lifts a bomb. Three bombs secured to the pylon. A man unscrews a heavy rod from nose of a bomb. A man prepares a fuse for insertion into nose of bomb. Aviation Ordnance men work with bombs. A cart carrying bomb fuses wheeled on the flight deck. A man picks up a wire and a fuse and inserts in nose of bomb. Man works with safety wires. Snakeye bombs lifted up to the pylon. Fuses are screwed in. Men wearing red shirts sit on bombs in carts.
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