Men of motor torpedo squadron work on different parts of a patrol boat in the United States.
United States USA Date:1944 Duration:5 min 24 sec Sound:Yes
A U.S. Navy training film about the role and importance of patrol boats during a war (World War II). A patrol boat underway at a sea in the United States. Four 50 caliber machine guns and a 1 mm canon aboard the boat. A torpedo being loaded aboard the patrol boat. Motor torpedo squadron insignia on the sleeves of personnel. A signalman waves flags. A navigator at work. Men in a workshop as they work on engine and other parts of the patrol torpedo boats. Men at the work shop as they work on various equipment. A navigator plots on a map to locate an enemy ship. The patrol boat underway as a man works on controls. Explosions occur at sea. Lieutenant Commander John O. Bulkeley welcomes new trainees.
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