U.S. Navy Sixth Fleet Commander Vice Admiral Martin with Rear Admiral Geis aboard USS Independence in the Mediterranean Sea.
Mediterranean Sea Date:1968, June 25 Duration:4 min 2 sec Sound:NO SOUND
20th anniversary of U.S. Navy Sixth Fleet aboard USS Independence (CVA-62) in the Mediterranean Sea. U.S. Navy Sixth Fleet Commander Vice Admiral William I. Martin, welcoming official guests upon their arrival on the flight deck of the USS Independence (CVA-62). Vice Admiral Martin chats with Rear Admiral L.R. Geis, Commander Carrier Division Four on the flight deck. An aircraft parked in the background. PH unit is seen in foreground. The island in the background. Sideboys standing in the background at attention. Vice Admiral Martin interviewed on the flight deck. Vice Admiral Martin and Rear Admiral Geis standing on the flight deck. Vice Admiral Martin is interviewed by a reporter and holding a mike. The aircraft in the background. The reporter completes his interview and walks off. Vice Admiral Martin and Rear Admiral Geis pass over the flight deck. Rear Admiral Geis standing in the mid background. A part of the flight deck crane (utility crane) seen overhead. Rear Admiral Geis and Vice Admiral Martin standing on the flight deck with the U.S. Navy missile destroyer USS Barney (DDG-6) seen along side. View of the USS Barney. The USS Barney along side USS Independence. U.S. Navy ASROC (for Anti-Submarine ROCket) Launcher in the mid deck area, training around. A radar antenna in motion on the USS Barney. The port bow of USS Barney. Tillie crane hook hangs. The USS Barney, begins to move out from the side of USS Independence. The tail of a KA-3B aircraft in view.
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