Admirals board the USS Nautilus for part of its sea trials
United States USA Date:1954 Duration:36 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Opening scene shows a 1954 Pontiac VIP staff car, displaying 4-stars on its bumper plate. It is parked on a wharf next to the nuclear submarine, USS Nautilus (not seen).Admiral Robert B. Carney, Chief of Naval Operations, and Admiral William Fechteler, former CNO step from the car. Next, Admiral Carney is seen below decks on the Nautilus, making a selection on a juke box installed in one of the boat's compartments. Glimpse of officers standing on the foredeck as the Nautilus makes way on the surface. Admiral Fechteler, at the helm and Admiral Carney, seated next to him. The admirals and ships officers watching sailors at the helm. Momentary glimpse of Admiral Carney at the juke box. Crew members eating in the sailors mess. Officer briefing the admirals at the helmsman's station. Crew members, in cold weather gear, descending stairs inside the Nautilus. The boat making way in calm waters, with several crew standing on deck. A sailor wearing headphones and communications gear. The admirals saluting as they arrive on the Nautilus.
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