At a dry dock in Malta, U.S. Navy officials inspect damage to USS Liberty caused by Israeli torpedo
Malta Date:1967, June 14 Duration:3 min 5 sec Sound:NO SOUND
USS Liberty (AGTR-5) at a dry dock in Malta. A diver in a wet suit in water inspects torpedo damage to the hull of USS Liberty. The diver, Daniel McDuffie from Virginia Beach, inspects the damage to the hull. A gaping hole caused by an Israeli torpedo in the hull. The diver comes up to the stern of a small boat and climbs aboard. Extensive damage on the bridge of the ship. Two men walk over the deck. Extensive damage to the starboard side of the ship's bridge. Several holes in the side of the bridge. Two officers in khakis inspect the torpedo damage. Enlisted personnel carry coffins aboard the ship. The ship is tied up in the dock as the men move over the bow.
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