Sailors undergo anti aircraft tracking drills aboard a ship underway at sea in the United States.
United States USA Date:1947 Duration:4 min 10 sec Sound:Yes
A film titled: 'Life at Sea' on the life of U.S. Navy sailors aboard ships. United States Navy ships in a harbor in the United States. A signalman near a signal light. The U.S. flag flying atop a flag pole. Sailors aboard ships. U.S. Navy Cruiser USS Macon (CA-132) underway at sea. An officer looks through binoculars. A Captain standing on a bridge with sailors. A sailor looks through binoculars. The sailors get ready for anti aircraft tracking drills. Sailors seated at a table. Ships underway. Men at an information center for tracking any enemy aircraft. They track the enemy aircraft and report to battle stations. They get ready for action. They look through binoculars. They aim anti aircraft guns as the aircraft fly in formation overhead. Men in a radio room keep in touch with the rest of the navy. The sailors aim the guns.
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