C-54E crew leaves rubber rafts and a rescue launch picks up the crew from a rescue boat off the coast of the Bermuda Islands.
Bermuda Island Date:1947 Duration:7 min 55 sec Sound:NO SOUND
A film depicts safety measures of the United States Army Air Force ( USAAF ) on the Bermuda Islands. The crew of a USAAF C-54E Skymaster aircraft in two rubber life rafts in the ocean as the C-54E sinks. A USAAF SB-17G Flying Fortress aircraft in flight. The captain of a rescue boat at the controls. The rescue boat underway. The SB-17G aircraft is guided by smoke flare and mirror signals. It drops a rescue boat with the help of a parachute. The C-54E crew leaves the rubber rafts and gets into the rescue boat. A rescue launch beside the rescue boat. The rescue launch picks up the C-54E crew from the rescue boat. The crew sits in the rescue launch. They have coffee. One of them smokes. A stern view of the rescue boat.
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