Salvage crew working aboard U.S. Navy USS West Virginia battleship at the Pearl Harbor in Hawaii.
Hawaii USA Date:1942, June 14 Duration:2 min 51 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Activities of the U.S. Navy at the Pearl Harbor during World War II. Salvage activities aboard U.S. Navy USS West Virginia battleship. Part of the salvage crew aboard the ship. Sign boards reads: 'Air raid alarm will be tested', 'All hands lug one case of empty cokes to the beach.' Also 'No Smoking' and 'No visitors allowed'. Men working on the ship. Damaged equipment on the ship. The mountains in the background. A diver climbing out of water via ladder.
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