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An in-depth look at the Richmond shipyards (located in the city of Richmond, California) and the role they played during World War Two. The film not only looks at the ship building process, but also the massive workforce and the logistics of meeting their day to day needs for housing, food and transport. The four Richmond Shipyards were run by Permanente Metals and part of the Kaiser Shipyards, and were responsible for constructing more ships during World War II than any other shipyard in the country. . . WDTVLIVE42 - Transport, technology, and general interest movies from the past - newsreels, documentaries & publicity films from my archives.
What is the Celebration of America and America’s Shipyard? It is an effort to raise the standard of excellence at NNSY by promoting pride in our nation, pride in ourselves, pride in our organizations, and pride in the work we do every day. It is a chance to build on our historical past, celebrate our current collective successes, learn from one another, and discuss/discover additional innovative ways we can do business. It involves bringing every aspect of our SY together to shoulder this responsibility. The Celebration of America & America’s Shipyard will be held 29 Jun – 2 Jul 2015.
Exciting ways Science, Technology and Math help America's Navy! Video by Code 1170's Ashton Page. ***** Follow Norfolk Naval Shipyard on Social Media Facebook- https://www.facebook.com/norfolknavalshipyard1 Twitter- https://www.twitter.com/nnsynews Issu- https://www.issuu.com/nnsy History Blog- https://www.usgwarchives.net/va/portsmouth/shipyard/nnyblog.htm Website- http://www.navsea.navy.mil/Home/Shipyards/Norfolk.aspx YouTube- https://www.youtube.com/nnsybroadcast Slideshare- https://www.slideshare.net/NNSY
Norfolk Naval Shipyard will celebrate 250 years of history Nov. 1, 2017. Enjoy this video sharing some of the rich history America's Shipyard has to offer. Video by the Shipyard Audio Visual Production Office, Code 1170. ***** Follow Norfolk Naval Shipyard on Social Media Facebook- https://www.facebook.com/norfolknavalshipyard1 Twitter- https://www.twitter.com/nnsynews Issu- https://www.issuu.com/nnsy History Blog- https://www.usgwarchives.net/va/portsmouth/shipyard/nnyblog.htm Website- http://www.navsea.navy.mil/Home/Shipyards/Norfolk.aspx YouTube- https://www.youtube.com/nnsybroadcast Slideshare- https://www.slideshare.net/NNSY
The models get a runway teach from Miss J before it's time to take their runway walks to new heights.
DESCRIPTION: JANUARY 31, 2014 - Pre-Commissioning Unit (PCU) America (LHA 6) returns to Ingalls Shipyard Jan. 31 from Acceptance Trials. During the trials, the ship’s main propulsion, communications, steering, navigational and radar systems were tested. Official U.S. Navy video by Mass Communication Specialists 2nd Class Ryan Riley. Thank you for visiting Warfighters! WORK: USS America Returns from Acceptance Trial AUTHOR: Ryan Riley - http://www.dvidshub.net/portfolio/1102830/ryan-riley COURTESY CREDIT -- United States Department of Defense (DOD). Advertisements DO NOT IMPLY ENDORSEMENT by the DOD or the Author. The original source video is in the Public Domain - Creative Commons "Public Domain Mark 1.0" has been applied to this work: http://creativecommons.org/publicdomain/...
A group of dedicated professionals handcraft repairs and the restoration of 100-year-old vessels. With experience supported by decades of meticulous research, including the project that breathed new life into the 1841 Charles W. Morgan, America’s last wooden whaleship, artisans continue their work at the Henry B. DuPont Preservation Shipyard at Mystic Seaport. Mystic Seaport is the nation's leading maritime museum. Founded in 1929, the museum is home to four National Historic Landmark vessels, including the Charles W. Morgan, American's oldest commercial ship and the last wooden whaleship in the world. Mystic Seaport ranges across 17-acres on the Mystic Peninsula with 50 buildings and hands-on attractions, including, sailing classes, a million seafaring artifacts and historical photograph...
Check out all the hard work that went behind crafting episode 2's shipyard runway!
NNSY On Demand, Cox Digital Cable Channel 1894 NNSY is streaming content 24/7 on Cox Digital Cable. Cox subscribers throughout Hampton Roads can tune into channel 1894 to view engaging videos about the important work NNSY's workforce performs every day. America's Shipyard is one of the largest employers in Hampton Roads. Get the facts, the history, and the legacy of NNSY. What's Playing: -Shipyard Spotlights -Trades Spotlights -Innovative Stories -Safety videos And more! ***** Follow Norfolk Naval Shipyard on Social Media Facebook- https://www.facebook.com/norfolknavalshipyard1 Twitter- https://www.twitter.com/nnsynews Issu- https://www.issuu.com/nnsy History Blog- https://www.usgwarchives.net/va/portsmouth/shipyard/nnyblog.htm Website- http://www.navsea.navy.mil/Home/Shipyards/No...
Shipyard Wreck Unplugged -- James Gagne & Thom Hiller Jamming America's "Sister Golden Hair" @ Catwalk Bar & Grill downtown New Bedford, MA www.shipyardwreck.com Artwork painted on wall is by the talented & lovely M-C Lamarre. Check out www.m-clamarre.com!
http://www.pugliaengineering.com The submersible drydock "Faithful Servant" is seen in this video loading the Alaskan fish processor "American Dynasty." The "Faithful Servant" is an actual sea-going vessel that can be towed anywhere in the world to be used as a working platform for vessel repair with beams up to 100ft., lengths to 460ft. and tonnage up to 20,000 tons. http://familyhistoryvideos.com/familyhistoryvideos.com/Home.html
English Captions Available!!! American Queen is said to be the biggest waterway steamboat ever constructed. The ship was implicit 1995 and is a six-deck entertainment of an exemplary Mississippi riverboat, worked by McDermott Shipyard for the Delta Queen Steamboat Company. Despite the fact that the American Queen's stern paddlewheel is without a doubt controlled by a steam plant, her optional impetus, if there should arise an occurrence of a crisis and for mobility around tight territories where the oar wheel can not explore, originates from an arrangement of diesel-electric propellers known as Z-drives on either side of the sternwheel. She has 222 state spaces for a limit of 436 visitors and a group of 160. She is 418 feet (127 m) long and 89 feet (27 m) wide. The Str. American Queen L...