OSS personnel relax as they swim, dive and float in their free time during a training in Nassau, Bahama Island.
Nassau Bahamas Date:1945 Duration:2 min 49 sec Sound:Yes
A training of U.S. OSS ( Office of the Strategic Services) personnel for underwater demolition at Salt Key in Nassau, Bahama Island during Wold War II. OSS personnel of the underwater operations seated under trees as they eat sandwiches for lunch. Men work on their boats. Two men row boats. A man looks at a compass. Personnel learn about navigation at a beach. Men at the beach as they take lessons in infiltration. The Governor of Bahamas visits the island. OSS personnel lined as the Governor meets them. The men skin dive for recreation. Two personnel come ashore. A man on a floating platform with mascot dog Henry. The men swim and float on wooden platforms during their free time. The personnel practice shooting, navigation, handling boats and radio operations.
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