AO load ammunition in nose guns of U.S. Navy Lockheed P2V Neptune and clean out gun ports of the aircraft in North Korea.
North Korea Date:1950, December 16 Duration:2 min 10 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Activities of U.S. Navy Air VP-6 Patrol Squadron in North Korea during the Korean War. Two Aviation Ordnancemen (AO) load ammunition in nose guns of U.S. Navy Lockheed P2V Neptune aircraft. An Aviation ordnanceman cleans out gun ports of the P2V. A man checks trailing antenna of P2V. An AO on a wing of the aircraft pulls up a hose for refueling the aircraft. The AO refuels the aircraft. The men stand in a group and talk to each other. The men board P2V through nose hatch. The men climb out of the P2V through nose and belly hatches. The crew members stand near P2V after hop. The P2V stationary on a ground.
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