A U.S. Navy training film about loading the cargo at naval terminal port, the Naval supply center at Oakland, California. Ships at the port. Cranes and loading net near the ship. Cargo accumulated to be loaded on the ship. A checker signs the delivery and cargo is delivered by a fork lift. A hatch attender signals and cargo sling is lifted up by gantry cranes at deck sides. The cargo is secured by beam cramps and steel straps on the ship. Pontoons cover the cargo. The ship ready to go to the sea. Last check by stabile guage and engineer computing device. Before going the necessary papers are checked like hatch list, statement of cargo. The captain sees slowage plane which gives the information about quantity, location and type of cargo on the ship. Buffering line and handing before shipment starts.
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