Labeling of different material conditions of readiness on a navy ship to prevent it from damage in the United States.
United States USA Date:1962 Duration:3 min 34 sec Sound:Yes
A training film depicts the procedure by which material conditions of readiness are put into effect in the United States. Animation shows different conditions of readiness that are XRAY, YOKE and ZEBRA. Personnel at work in the Damage Control Center. A ship at a dock. XRAY fittings on a door and on a hatch. Animation depicts a ship divided into separate compartments. Secured XRAY valves on the ship. The ship underway. Personnel at the Control Center. A Commanding Officer gives an order of YOKE to a personnel. The hand of a personnel writing into a book. A YOKE door, a hatch and a scuttle. A personnel speaks into a phone. He tightens up the hatch. A personnel at the center keeps a record. . He tightens up the hatch and reports to the center. Animation shows XRAY and YOKE valves. Different material conditions of readiness.
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