SACLANT resources at Halifax NS. Eastern Subordinate Command, Northwood,England.
Atlantic Ocean Date:1960 Duration:3 min 26 sec Sound:Yes
NATO's SACLANT responsibilities, assets, and activities. HMCS Bonaventure (CVL-22) Aircraft carrier of Royal Canadian Navy underway in the Atlantic Ocean. Aircraft scattered on the deck of the ship. A Canadian Destroyer nearby. NATO flag flies, flanked by British Ensigns, from Headquarters SACLANT's Eastern Subordinate Command, at Northwood, near London, England. Guard at gate checks incoming car. Sign reads: "Headquarters, The Commanders in Chief, Eastern Atlantic Area, Atlantic Command." Interior of command center. Ships of NATO nations equipped according to modern needs. British antisubmarine frigates flying the Naval ensign. Ships of French Navy underway. and in port, flying the French tricolor flag. A man fills entries in the 'Convoy' column of a chart in the Headquarters. View of patrol bomber aircraft with large radar that also carries bombs. At Greenwood, Nova Scotia, Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF) crews are briefed for an antisubmarine exercise. RCAF Argus aircraft takes off. U.S. EC-121 Warning Star Constellation patrol aircraft in fiight. Flight of six P-2 Neptune aircraft in formation flight. An RAF Shackelton bomber, of 201 Squadron, on the tarmac. These aircraft search the sea and being used in anti-submarine warfare.
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