A Japanese destroyer leaves port and refuels at sea.
Sea of Okhotsk Date:1934 Duration:3 min 20 sec Sound:Yes
A Japanese Navy Minikaze class Destroyer departing from port to patrol in the Sea of Okhotsk. Japanese sailors dressed in rain gear wave from a pier. Closeup of the destroyer passing, with crew on deck, showing details clearly up to amidship. View from ship passing fairly makeship civilian waterfront of wood buildings, docks, and a small boat. Several Japanese flags are seen. The destroyer seen, again, passing the camera rapidly, turning to port, and steaming underway. View, from behind helmsman, on the bridge of the destroyer. Officers looking ahead through the bridge window. Officer issues steering orders to the helmsman who responds by turning the wheel. Sunlight glaring on the water. view of passing coastline and sea birds in flight. Silhouettes of crew member looking through telescopes and officer using binoculars. The destroyer approaches an oiler they tie up and and sailors dressed in overalls, connect a fuel line from one to the other. Officer steps from one ship to the other. View from the destroyer toward forward portside of the oiler. Lines between the ships visible. Officers and crew of the destroyer looking down as the two ships complete refueling and prepare to separate.
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