U.S. Naval Commanders direct and control their forces in Tokyo, Japan and Pearl Harbor, Hawaii during the Korean War.
Tokyo Japan Date:1951 Duration:2 min 21 sec Sound:Yes
A United States Navy documentary about U.S. soldiers during the Korean War. A U.S. Army officer gets off a car and is greeted by an officer. He walks inside a building in Tokyo, Japan. Soldiers at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. A board reads 'Commander in Chief Pacific and United States Pacific Fleet'. The Commander in Chief of the United States Pacific Command Admiral Arthur William Radford sits at a desk in his office. Commander Naval Forces, Far East, Vice Admiral Charles Turner Joy directs commander of 7th Fleet, Commander Carrier Division 15, Commander of Fleet Marine Air Wing to move forward. A board reads 'Far East Navy Forces'. Different boards read '315th Air Division Combat Cargo', '5th Bomber Command' and '5th Air Force'. U.S. Navy Rear Admiral Edward C. Ewen observes rough sea from a ship. A naval officer looks through binoculars. Water splashes on the deck of the ship.
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