A demonstration of anti submarine warfare activities as planes take off and submarines underway in the Atlantic Ocean.
Atlantic Ocean Date:1957 Duration:5 min 57 sec Sound:Yes
Activities of North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) for anti submarine warfare. Headquarters Joint Royal Navy Coastal Command (SACLANT), where officers use models and large floor displays to refine techniques of antisubmarine warfare such as the "Hunter-Killer Group." Example,of such, seen in formation at sea, consisting of aircraft carrier; destroyers; submarines; and aircraft. Aircraft being catapulted from flight deck of an aircraft carrier. Signal officer gives direction for take off. Helicopter carrier underway. Helicopter hovering over surface of ocean as it lowers sonar device into water. An unmanned robot helicopter being operated from a control center onboad ship and launching an antisubmarine torpedo, on command. British Shackelton bomber flies by the carrier "Hunter Killer mother ship." Controllers at work on the mother ship. Neptune aircraft dropping bombs, in flight. Explosions and splashes in water. Ship fires depth charges using the British "Limbo" semiautomatic firing system. Missile being launched from surface vessels. Skipjack nuclear submarine at dock. Development testing of Polaris missile firing from below water towards giant overhead crane. Large three funnel luxury ocean liner underway at sea.
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