The Immense Power Of The Navy Maritime Efforts
U.S. Navy sailors operate maritime support onboard the USS Dwight D. Eisenhower (CVN 69) (Ike) aircraft carrier.
With the Marines at Tarawa
“1944” Documentary short film depicting the harrowing battle between the U.S. Marines and the Japanese for control of the Pacific island of Tarawa.
Korean War in Color
“2001” The Inchon Invasion The rise and fall of Seoul The Naktong river campaign Winter at the Choisin reservoir. The 1st Marine Division in action Flame throwers in action Bombing raid on a North Korean industrial complex Prisoners of war being captured Amphibious attack behind enemy lines.
Utah Test And Training Range
The video gives a detailed look at Utah Test and Training Range (UTTR). UTTR covers 2,675 square miles of ground space and over 19,000 square miles of airspace. The range provides representational tests in real-world environments for all branches of the military. Some tests include weapon capabilities, ground to air combat and air to air combat.
Aboard The USS Theodore Roosevelt: Landing Signal Officers & Aircraft Elevators
On the USS Theodore Roosevelt, Landing Signal Officers (LSO) demonstrate their responsibilities for aircraft safe recovery while other sailors discuss their role operating aircraft elevators.
During a navigation trip, Coast Guard Kanawha crew uses a small boat to bring a rouge buoy back to a cutter on the Mississippi River. Also U.S. Navy and Marines, as well as the Royal Thai Navy, participate in the 23rd iteration of Combined Afloat Readiness and Training (CARAT) in Thailand.
David Taylor’s Legacy: Naval Engineering Pioneer
Watch the history of Rear Admiral David Taylor, a naval architect, and marine engineer. His goal was to bring modern research ship design to the United States and update facilities. He established the first experimental model basin at the Washington Naval Yard to test the speed and power of ships.
Every Day Above Ground
“2016” A multimedia product retelling the story of a Pearl Harbor survivor Everett Hyland (USN), who served aboard USS Pennsylvania (BB 38) during a Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, Hawaii.
The Navy Blues
“1937” A sailor bets his friends he can date any woman he wants to. They pick out a librarian with a reputation as a “cold fish”, and when he pursues her he discovers that he has competition-and his rival has much more sinister intentions than he does.