Chaplains give memorial address during the Memorial services for the USS Thresher at Portsmouth Naval Shipyard,United States.
United States USA Date:1963, April 15 Duration:3 min 27 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Memorial services for the U.S. Navy nuclear fast attack submarine Thresher (SSN-593) at Portsmouth Naval Shipyard,United States. Enlisted personnel man the Memorial. Dependents of the deceased men of the U.S. Navy nuclear fast attack submarine Thresher (SSN-593) arrive for the ceremony. People take their seats. Vice Admiral Smedberg ,Chief of Bureau of Naval Personnel,Vice Admiral Elton Watters Grenfell,(COMSUBLANT)Commander Submarine Force U.S. Atlantic Fleet arrive. High ranking officers take their seats. Color guard aboard the memorial. Crowd stand during the National Anthem. Mr K E Belieu,Assistant Secretary of Navy (SECNAV) for Installation and Logistics speaks from podium on Memorial. United States Navy officer Rabbi Jacobson speaks and gives a prayer. Choral group perform on the memorial. Lieutenant Commander Keanley,United States Navy Chaplain give memorial address and then leave the podium. Chief of the United States Navy Chaplains,Rear Admiral J Floyd Dreith gives memorial address. Unidentified high ranking officer speaks from podium. Officers on the memorial at the salute. Dependents and public stand during the ceremony. Dependents leave their seats and disperse after the ceremony.
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