United States Navy sailors take up different jobs in the Navy according to their aptitude in the United States.
United States USA Date:1956 Duration:3 min 43 sec Sound:Yes
A 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 undergo classification interview after the completion of training. A sign reads 'Classification Interviewing'. The sailors being screened by qualified Classified personnel. Various aptitude and classification tests conducted on the sailors. The Navy personnel discover abilities and desires of the sailors and assign them to different roles and functions in the Navy. The sailors lined up at a graduation ceremony. An aircraft parked at a naval base. The sailors march past a building. The sailors undergo a training in different fields like electronics, medicine, dentistry and communication. The sailors work on pipes aboard a ship. The sailors work as butchers in the Navy. The sailors undertake research and work on radars and various other equipment.
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