U.S. Navy aircraft fly over ships underway at sea off the coast of Vietnam during Operation Market Time of the Vietnam War.
Vietnam Date:1966, August 10 Duration:4 min 8 sec Sound:NO SOUND
U.S. Navy aircraft in Vietnam during Operation Market Time of the Vietnam War. A Vietnamese Navy observer writes down on a pad in his lap. U.S. Navy Lockheed SP-2H aircraft in flight and a winding river below. The SP-2H in flight over a heavy cloud cover. The Vietnamese observer on a radio with an area map in his lap. A crewman works with a practice depth charge. Three U.S. ships underway in the Gulf of Tonkin during underway replenishment. An LST (Landing Ship Tank) and a fleet oiler ship underway. A pilot at the controls in the cockpit. Three ships underway at sea as seen through a window during a fly by. Two crewmen. Lieutenant Commander B.D. Johnson talks over a microphone. A forward observer with a map lying across the lap. Lieutenant Junior Grade Webber looks through binoculars while seated in the bow of the aircraft. Lieutenant Junior Grade Webber works on a navigational chart. Crewmen get ready for 'Gold dust' mail and magazine drop to USS Woodpecker, a patrol boat. USS Woodpecker underway. A smoke marker burns on water off the port side of the ship. A freighter underway at sea. The port side of a merchant ship underway at sea.
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