Cutters and airships of the USCG patrol around a convoy and sink a German submarine in the Atlantic Ocean.
Atlantic Ocean Date:1943 Duration:5 min 7 sec Sound:Yes
Antisubmarine activities of the United States Coast Guard ( USCG ) in the Atlantic Ocean during World War II. Cutters and airships of the USCG patrol around a convoy underway. The U.S. Navy, the USCG and the U.S. Merchant Marine work together. An officer watches enemy action through binoculars. The U.S. flag flying from a flag mast. A man watches through binoculars and other men prepare for a counter attack. Guns are fired from the ships. They sink a German submarine after it torpedoes a merchant ship. Merchant seamen come aboard a cutter from a life raft.
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