About Moving Image
June 1963: 6-7
Presented by: United States Navy.
Produced by: U.S. Naval Photographic Center.
Photography by: Pacific Fleet Mobile Photographic Unit, San Diego, California; United States Naval Missile Center, Point Mugu, California; U.S. Marine Corps, West Coast Motion Picture Unit.
Written by: LCDR. Eric P. Strutt, USNR-R.
Edited by: CDR. Fredrick Y. Smith, USNR-R.
Materials in this series were created, commissioned, or collected by the United States Air Force.
United States Government Agencies Collection
Smith, Fredrick Y.
Strutt, Eric P.
U.S. Naval Pacific Missile Test Center
United States. Air Force
United States. Navy
United States. Marine Corps
United States. Department of Defense. Department of the Navy. Naval Photographic Center. (09/18/1947 - ?)
United States. Department of Defense. Department of the Navy. Pacific Fleet. Mobile Photographic Unit
United States. Department of Defense. Department of the Navy. U.S. Marine Corps. Motion Picture Unit
United States. Navy
Remarks aboard USS Kitty Hawk, 6 June 1963
Trips: Aboard the Kitty Hawk, June 1963: 6-7
Remarks Aboard the USS Kitty Hawk, 6 June 1963
Trip to Western States: Visit to the Pacific Fleet, President Kennedy aboard the USS Oriskany, 4:00PM
Trip to Western States: Visit to the Pacific Fleet, President Kennedy aboard the USS Kitty Hawk, 5:00PM
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