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Old 12-22-2010, 07:10 AM   #1
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Naval History 1915 lost footage

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Exceptional 1915 "lost" Navy footage. Runs 11 minutes. It even shows Stores loading for the Porkchops. The Battleships are OK, but submarine photography is spectacular! Look how small the Sub's are and how small the crew is. What a difference 100 yrs makes.

National Film Preservation Foundation: U.S. Navy of 1915 (1915)

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A great film. Pretty well restored too.

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Thank you for the post. I forwarded the link to all of my fellow Marines, and a few sailors I know. Also some Airforce people. (AHHHH Did I just say I know Air Force people!!!)
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P.S. Which one is SeaJay?????
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Seajay the ''Honorary Marine'', ''the Sailor Man'', the ''Squidarene''....''the Handsome Rascal .. (cough cough)''.
''Airforce?'' Nope they go too high from earth....
''Army''........ Naah, I dont dig ''digin holes'' and MRE's give me gas real bad..
Definately NAVY... the group that has the Marines for helpers, guards, bell hops, etc ....(ping)...(all in fun bro, Semper Fi. Marine.)..lol... and stuff like that .... Yep..... ''Old Salt''.... probably been there and done that probably twice.....

Be safe Phil.........

God bless our vets ..... ALL GAVE SOME.... SOME GAVE ALL... lets dont forget them that Gave All..........
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That was awsome look at our past!
Thanks for sharing that!!

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