Korean Navy sailors work aboard ship, attend battle stations, and a seasick sailor leaves ship as he is unfit for sea duty
Jinhae Korea Date:1954 Duration:6 min 14 sec Sound:Yes
Republic of Korea Navy sailors aboard a battleship number 61 in Korea. Various interior views of ship, bridge, engine room, and Korean sailors at work during Korean War era. Scene of radar giving information of another ship approaching. Sailors come out of a compartment and climb stairs to get to battle stations. A sailor looks through a targeting device on one of the ship's guns. Sailors load Korean naval guns. Firing from naval guns. Signal light being flashed. A sailor steers the ship. A gauge shows direction of sail. A sailor changes speed to full. The crankshaft of the ship in operation. Close-up view of steam driven crankshaft up and down motion. Sailor detects problem with a steam fitting and delivers part in need of repair to another sailor. That sailor is suffering sea sickness symptoms. He puts on a welding mask and attempts to weld the needed repair on a valve but collapses as he is seasick. View of ceiling lightbulb and moving ship. The ship at sea in calm seas. Ship doctor washes hands and examines the sailor. Sailor is determined to be unfit for service on ship and assigned a new post upon docking. The sailor walks through a passageway and leans on the rail. The ship at a harbor. Sailors anchor the ship. The sailor says goodbye to his friends aboard ship before leaving. The sailor carries baggage and leaves the ship. Other sailors wave to him from the ship. The reassigned sailor walks on the dock.
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