United States Navy sailors watch a movie about naval warfare in the United States; some scenes from World War 2 Pacific battles
United States USA Date:1956 Duration:4 min 8 sec Sound:Yes
A dramatized film about the training of U.S. Navy recruits at various naval training centers in the United States. The training and life of United States Navy recruits at U.S. Navy training center in Bainbridge, Naval Station Great Lakes in Illinois and Naval Base San Diego in California. The sailors watch a movie which depicts sailors on old masted sailing ships as they fire naval guns at another ship. The ship being hit by the enemy begins to sink. Sailors from the two ships in combat aboard a ship. Men jump into the sea and try their best not to give up the ship. A ship sinking. The naval gun cannons aboard a ship being fired on another ship. Scene shifts to a mix of authentic and dramatized World War 2 combat footage in the Pacific, with U.S. Navy sailors on board ships firing at incoming Japanese aircraft. The enemy aircraft being shot down and they fall into the sea. A sailor clicks a picture of Japanese girls against a statue of Buddha. Narrator speaks about Navy recruitment. Sailors lined up on an open field during a ceremony at the U.S. Naval Academy.
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