U.S. crewmen of the submarine Flying Fish (SS-229) display their flag and symbols of their victories during World War Ii
Pacific Ocean Date:1944 Duration:1 min 21 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Closeup views of several sailors on the U.S. submarine Flying Fish (SS 229) during World War 2. Several crew stand on her deck holding their logo and flags and pennants representing sunk and damaged Japanese ships. An officer points out and enumerates the pennants and flags. The Logo depicts a flying fish carrying a torpedo. Crew members hold their flag and symbols of victories wide for the camera, as their boat cruises on the surface of the Pacific.
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