JFK VIEWS MISSILE LAUNCHES U.S. President John F. Kennedy visits the Air Force missile test center to see the missile Saturn One. He takes a helicopter to The Observation Island a ship from which he watches the underwater missile launch of Polaris from the submarine Andrew Jackson.
SUBMARINE CREW FIRES MISSILE Nuclear Submarine Crew fires missile and navigates sub. Submariners at the controls, a hand flicks a switch, a submariner talks into a radio, countdown meter goes down to 0, a Polaris missile shoots out of the water, a semi-surface submarine on the move, POV underwater of movement underwater, navigation instruments and guages, a submarine steering wheel.
Date: 1950s - COLOR Source: Video: BetaSP Length: 00:02:15:00, No Audio
POLARIS MISSILE TESTS Tests done on Polaris missile with a motion simulator and from USS Observation Island, where movement of submarine is duplicated. Sailors in simulator, several missile launchings, men at control panels, merchantman ship, a coundtdown panel.
Date: 1950s - COLOR Source: Video: BetaSP Length: 00:01:48:00, No Audio
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