U.S. Navy sailors get practical experience of the life aboard a ship and pray at a chapel in the United States.
United States USA Date:1956 Duration:5 min 20 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. Sailors get a practical experience of life aboard a ship. The sailors learn to fight fire and life saving tactics. The sailors play baseball, read books in a library and dance with WAVES (Women Accepted for Voluntary Emergency Service). The sailors meet the visitors at weekends at a naval academy. A chapel at the academy. A sign reads 'St. Paul's Chapel'. The sailors sing hymns inside the chapel. A sailor plays piano as others sing hymns. A cross and a Bible at the altar. A sailor walks up to the altar.
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