Compartmentation of a navy ship to protect it from damage in the United States.
United States USA Date:1962 Duration:3 min 22 sec Sound:Yes
A training film depicts compartmentation of a ship's hull to protect from damage in the United States. A hatch of a ship. Animation depicts a ship and a hole below the water line. A navy ship which is divided into several water tight compartments. Small compartments on the deck. Water tight compartments created on the deck. Different openings in a compartment for safety. Water enters the compartment. Water tight doors in each compartment. Additional doors and hatches in the compartment. All water tight doors are secured. A water tight door with material condition of readiness XRAY. An XRAY label on the door. An authorized personnel opens the door. A personnel closes a door. A door with material condition of readiness YOKE. Another personnel works on a hatch. A personnel operates all controls for water tightening security.
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