"Exercise Mariner" 1953

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    SV pan along H.M.S. Diamond. CU damage to bows. SV flag mast pan down bows. Various shots of damaged ship. Top shot, aircraft carrier 'Eagle'. SV 'Attackers' taking off. LV 'Destroyer' in rough sea. SV wave breaks over bow of ship. Succession of shots of 'Destroyer' in heavy seas. LV planes returning to 'Eagle'. SV 'Attacker' landing, & SV. GV aircraft crashing into sea (Firefly) LV 'Attacker landing'. SV helicopter landing with rescued man. SV crew looking on. SV rescued man being helped from copter. SV crew. SV rescued man lying on stretcher being carried away.

    Nato's military exercise "Mariner" in Atlantic is successfully finished.

    (Lav.) (Orig "K")

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    01:33:39:00 / 01:35:36:00
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    hms ocean 1956 dd NATO Scotland and NATO
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