Crewmen aboard USS Harnett lift up a Patrol Boat River out of water using a crane during Operation Game Warden in Vietnam.
Vietnam Date:1967, December 9 Duration:2 min 53 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Activities aboard USS Harnett County during Operation Game Warden in Vietnam. A
hook is lowered to the PBR (Patrol Boat River) alongside. Crewmen hook up a sling to the hook to lift the boat out of the water. The PBR lifted out of the water. Crew disembarks from the PBR at a rail. A man holds onto a line leading up to a crane hook. A man gives hand signals on the deck. Port quarter of the PBR seen. The boat is lifted higher in the air. A crane operator looks towards the PBR as it swings on over the deck. A man controls the crane. Bow view of the PBR nested on the deck of USS Harnett County. A man holds on to guide lines as the boat is lowered further. The crane operator moves the control lever and the controls. The PBR in a large opening on the tank deck area of the ship. Some men in the foreground. A crane hook lifts up and out of the hold.
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