Men assemble a sea mule tug and work on its various parts in the United States.
United States USA Date:1944 Duration:3 min 48 sec Sound:Yes
A film about the importance of sea mule tugs in naval operations during World War II. Individual units of sea mule tugs being placed on a wooden scale by cranes in the United States. Units being unloaded. Individual units being treated with sealer to prevent corrosion. Jacks being used to bring together different parts. A tractor and a pontoon bridge being brought together and nuts being tightened. Different parts in a wooden crate after being assembled. A man climbs up a ladder into a sea mule tug. A technician works on the engine of the tug. Protective cover over the engine being removed. Fresh water cooler system being attached and tested.
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