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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
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The models get a runway teach from Miss J before it's time to take their runway walks to new heights.
Gerald R. Ford (CVN 78) is the first new design for an aircraft carrier since USS Nimitz (CVN 68). The world's largest warship, the future USS Gerald R Ford (CVN-78), has begun sea trials off the East Coast of the United States. The 100,000 tonne (110,000 ton) nuclear-powered supercarrier has left the Newport News shipyard and will spend the next week undergoing Builder's Sea Trials (BST) under the supervision of the US Navy. Aerial video showing the future USS Gerald R. Ford (CVN 78) underway on its own power for the first time. U.S. Navy video by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Ridge Leoni
Pre-Commissioning Unit (PCU) America (LHA 6) returns to Ingalls Shipyard in Pascagoula, MS from Acceptance Trials on January 31, 2014. During the trials, the ship’s main propulsion, communications, steering, navigation and radar systems were tested. The USS America will be the newest amphibious assault ship of the U.S. Navy, and is scheduled to be formally commissioned during a ceremony in San Francisco, California on October 11, 2014. Film Credits: Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Ryan Riley
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
First of Its Class, America's Newest Aircraft Carrier Is Underway at Sea The aircraft carrier Gerald Ford, the U.S. Navy's latest supercarrier, is finally at sea undergoing testing. The carrier is the most expensive weapons system ever purchased and has faced a two year delay. The ship is on track for commissioning sometime later this month or early May. Named after former president and naval aviator Gerald R. Ford, the carrier is 1,092 feet long and displaces more than 100,000 tons fully loaded. It will have a crew of 4,660—six hundred less than the previous Nimitz class, thanks to increased efficiency and automation—and carry 75 combat aircraft. In accordance with Navy tradition, the ship is currently known as PCU Gerald Ford, or "Pre-Commissioning Unit" until it is officially accepted...
Urban Exploration : Exploring Decaying SS United States Ocean Liner Ship A few months ago, I was given the opportunity to check out the decaying SS Unites States Ocean liner. This ocean liner has been sitting in Philadelphia Pennsylvania since 1996. This ship is currently off limits to the public. It is located on a private shipyard shared with the US Govt. I had to undergo background checks to even step foot on the port. Exploring this one without permission is straight up impossible so DO NOT ATTEMPT! The SS United States is one of the last remaining Ocean Liners. SSUS was part of the United States Lines Fleet. The ships first maiden voyage was in 1952. The ship is about 990 feet long (5 City Blocks) and it is built by famous naval architect, William Gibbs. The SS United States was bui...
Gerald R. Ford (CVN-78) is the lead ship of her class of United States Navy supercarriers. NEWPORT NEWS, Va. (April 8, 2017) The aircraft carrier Pre-Commissioning Unit (PCU) Gerald R. Ford (CVN 78) departs Huntington Ingalls Industries Newport News Shipbuilding for builder's sea trials off the U.S. East Coast. The first-of-class ship—the first new U.S. aircraft carrier design in 40 years—will spend several days conducting builder's sea trials, a comprehensive test of many of the ship's key systems and technologies. Source: US Navy
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
☘ A Ship enter into Shipyard ☘ ________________________________ Evidence from Ancient Egypt shows that the early Egyptians knew how to assemble planks of wood into a ship hull as early as 3000 BC. The Archaeological Institute of America reports that some of the oldest ships yet unearthed are known as the Abydos boats. These are a group of 14 ships discovered in Abydos that were constructed of wooden planks which were "sewn" together. Discovered by Egyptologist David O'Connor of New York University, woven straps were found to have been used to lash the planks together, and reeds or grass stuffed between the planks helped to seal the seams. Because the ships are all buried together and near a mortuary belonging to Pharaoh Khasekhemwy, originally they were all thought to h...