U.S. Navy A-3B aircraft takes off aboard USS Coral Sea underway in the South China Sea during the Vietnam War.
South China Sea Date:1965, May 19 Duration:2 min 11 sec Sound:NO SOUND
U.S. Navy 7th fleet activities in South China Sea during the Vietnam War. Flight deck of USS Coral Sea as a U.S. Navy A-1H aircraft makes arrested landing on the deck. It touches down and catches fire. Aircraft taxis forward and folds its wings. U.S. Navy A-3B being catapulted from the deck. A-3 being launched and airborne. Aircraft on after part of flight deck as one of the aircraft unfolds its wings. A-3B aircraft takes off. Blast fence being lowered in the background as steam rolls down the deck. A-3B aircraft takes off and in flight. U.S. Navy E-1B aircraft takes off from aboard USS Coral Sea. RF-8A parked on the deck of the aircraft. Tow bar attached to the aircraft as sun sets in the background.
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