U.S. Navy Atlantic convoy activities during World War II.
Atlantic Ocean Date:1942 Duration:2 min 2 sec Sound:NO SOUND
View from a U.S. ship in an Atlantic convoy during World War 2. A large transport ship in camouflage is seen to port, astern. Weather is warm and sunny. Sailors aboard the ship as they work with tools. A sailor splices a line. One paints painstakingly. Sailors wash and clean parts in a bucket of solvent. A Brooklyn-class light cruiser, in camouflage, is seen on port side. Two aircraft fly overhead. The sea is calm. Complete change of scene to harbor at U.S. Naval Station, Argentia, Newfoundland. A Destroyer passes the USS New York (BB-34) anchored in the harbor. Crewmen on deck in warm clothing. Snow-covered hills in background. Naval Ensign displayed on stern flag mast. Anchor chain of the ship laid out on deck. A plane flies overhead.
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