USS New York (BB-34) departs U.S. Naval Station Argentia, New Foundland, as part of convoy, during World War II
Atlantic Ocean Date:1942 Duration:2 min 36 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Gun crew,on the USS New York (BB-34),wearing steel helmets, check out her 3-inch antiaircraft gun on the stern deck, as she departs from U.S. Argentia Naval station, Newfoundland, during World War 2. Sailors are dressed in winter clothing. Snow-covered hills in background. As they are underway, a large transport ship is seen astern. Scene shifts to warmer, sunny weather at sea. Sailors play a game with quoits on the deck of the USS New York. Others relax in a warm sunny spot. Sailors stand on the deck. An island visible nearby. Sailors download a bomb from a Vought OS2U Kingfisher aircraft aboard the battleship New York. International maritime flags displayed near the bridge.
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