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From The Archives
USS Midway 45-70
CV-41, CVB-41, CVA-41
USS Franklin D. Roosevelt
Featured in "Yankee Do"
USS Wisconsin Off the Coast of Korea
USS Quincy in World War II
USS Bon Homme Richard, CVA-31
U.S. Merchant Marine Serving America in Peace and War
Arctic Shipping: MSTS Arctic Operations 1950-1957
A United States Navy Training Film
Sea Lab I
The United States Navy presents a look of Sea Lab I and it's crew
Man In The Sea
The Story of Sea Lab II
Adventure in Inner Space
A presentation of the United States Navy on the wonders of Submarine work
Pride Runs Deep
May 27, 1977
A story of the men who sail aboard ballistic submarines
Weaponeers of the Deep
United States Navy Presents Weaponeers of the Deep, the story of the USS Lewis And Clark
USS Forrestal: Jet Carrier
Follow the United States Aircraft Carrier Forrestal as she prepairs for Flight Operations
Task Force 77
Follow the USS Kitty Hawk as she operates as the flag ship for Task Force 77
Salvage of the U.S.S. Lafayette
A United States Navy Technical Report by the Bureau of Aeronautics for the Bureau of Ships on the fire and salvage of the U.S.S. Lafayette
Story of a Transport
United States Coast Guard Report Number 5
USS Forrestal: Flight Deck Operations
April 21, 1967
Follow the United States Aircraft Carrier Forrestal as she undergoes flight deck operations
USS Forrestal: Flight Deck Safety
United States Navy Traniing Film on the Hazards of the Flight Deck
USS Forrestal: Trail By Fire
July 29, 1967
Fire on the flight deck! The 1967 USS Forrestal fire was a devastating fire and series of chain-reaction explosions on 29 July 1967 that killed 134 sailors and injured 161 on the aircraft carrier USS Forrestal (CVA-59), after an unusual electrical anomaly discharged a Zuni rocket on the flight deck.
USS Forrestal: PlatCam archives from the Fire
July 29, 1967
This is an archived account of the USS Forrestal fire as seen by the Carrier's pilot's landing aid television, or PLAT Camera.
USS John F. Kennedy: A Second Home
Follow the United States Aircraft Carrier John F. Kennedy as she sets sail with over five thousand crewmembers. See what takes a floating city like this to keep afloat and running.
USS John F. Kennedy: Carrier Weather Officer
What are the duties of an Aircraft Carrier Weather Officer?
USS John F. Kennedy: Home From The Sea
Follow the US Carrier John F. Kennedy as it returns from a long voyage at sea.
A Report From The Aircraft Carriers Off Korea: A Fighting Lady Speaks
A first-person account of an aircraft carrier as it travels through the Yellow Sea.
Carrier Action Off Korea
July 27th, 1953
For 12 hours after the Armistice was signed, the Korean and US forces continue to rage on. The crews of the Aircraft Carriers take stock in their situation.
With The Marines: From Chosin To Hungnam
Follow the marines after taking the Chosin Reservoir as they are cut off by Chinese forces on their way to Hungnam.