Icebreaker, USS Burton Island stops at Kodiak island to load equipment and then proceeds on mission towards King Island, Alaska
Gulf of Alaska USA Date:1952 Duration:1 min 56 sec Sound:Yes
The icebreaker, USS Burton Island (AGB-1) en route to King Island in Alaska as a part of U.S. Navy annual winter ice reconnaissance mission. USS Burton Island stops at Womans Bay, Kodiak Island. Naval air station at the island. An aircraft pulls up into the hangar. Residential area in Kodiak. Snow covered mountains. The U.S. troop transport submarine, USS Perch (SSP-313) moves slowly on the surface, past the camera. The USS Perch crew lines her afterdeck. Notable on the USS Perch, is a large rounded watertight container for storing amphibious landing equipment. A helicopter being loaded aboard USS Burton Island. Crew fastens the helicopter securely in anticipation of rough seas through which she is later seen making way. Views of crew members removing rime ice from the deck, superstructure, and turret of a 5 inch gun. Small slabs of sea ice termed, "lilly pads," floating in the water. Rime Ice covering the railings of the USS Burton Island.
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