Information about the officers who handle different parts of Landing Ship Tanks in the United States.
United States USA Date:1944 Duration:1 min 54 sec Sound:Yes
A training film on design of Landing Ship Tanks (LSTs). An LST underway at sea in the United States. Valves to a tank line. A man working inside the LST. A storage tank consisting of fresh water and fuel oil. Other landing crafts underway at sea. Officers who control the Landing Ship Tank. The conning tower. The Commanding Officer on the conning tower. The officer looks through binoculars. The Communication Officer handles the signal bridge. Below the conning tower, in the wheel house, is the Executive Officer who is the navigator of the ship. The officer looks through binoculars. The Gunnery Officer. The ship's Supply Officer on the stern. An engineer controls the engine. The officer in charge of loading and unloading of important cargo. Tanks are loaded on the ship. Troops seated aboard.
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