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Description: The U.S.S. Trigger is a new submarine without guns, only torpedoes. Uses radial diesel engines made by Cleveland Diesel Engine division of General Motors and mufflers made by Seaporcel Metals in Long Island City, New York. Also includes footage of a U.S. submarine leaping almost entirely out of water during test off coast of Hawaii

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Clip #: MF-26A-11
Length: 4:14
Year: 1955
Color: B/W
Sound: Sound
Library: TFA Network
Decade: 1950s
Region: North America
Country: United States
Subject: Boats
Original: 16mm
Keywords:
1950s, U.S.S. Trigger submarine traveling through water, torpedoes, United States Navy, sailors aboard submarine, submarine diving, descending, radial diesel engines, Cleveland Diesel Engine division of General Motors, male factory workers manufacturing diesel engines, Seaporcel Metals, Long Island City, New York, male workers entering factory, welder, welding, submarine mufflers being worked on, male worker running compression test on muffler, man applying corrosion proof porcelain enamel coating to muffler, male worker guiding muffler into furnace to allow coating to affix permanently to metal, muffler emerging from furnace, sailor looking through submarine periscope, submarine surfacing, submarine ascending to surface, Hawaii, United States Navy submarine leaping almost entirely out of water during test


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