Labeling of doors, hatches, scuttles and valves according to conditions to prevent them from damage in the United States.
United States USA Date:1962 Duration:3 min 50 sec Sound:Yes
A training film depicts the procedure by which material conditions of readiness are put into effect in the United States. Personnel at work in the Damage Control Center. An alarm rings. A personnel on a ship puts material conditions of readiness ZEBRA fittings. Men secure valves, doors , hatches and scuttles with ZEBRA condition. A battle station compartment. Battle crew secures all ZEBRA fittings. A man checks a list. A crew member speaks over a radio and reports to the Damage Control Center. A personnel at the Damage Control Center reports to a Commanding officer about the secured fittings. Animation depicts different water tight compartments in the ship. YOKE and XRAY valves. Division of pumps by two ZEBRA valves. Three main material conditions of readiness YOKE, XRAY and ZEBRA encircled. A circled XRAY door. A circled YOKE hatch. A crew member secures a YOKE hatch after he uses it. A circled ZEBRA hatch. A 'Z ' on fittings. A ' W' label on the controls. A XRAY secured door. The naval ship underway.
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