USS Enterprise Aircraft Carrier CV-6 CVN-65 DVD
This DVD is a collection of films on one of the USS Enterprise carriers (CVN-65). She was the world's first nuclear-powered carrier and the eighth United States naval vessel to bear the name USS Enterprise. Like her predecessor of World War II fame, she is nicknamed "Big E". Also, at 1,123 ft, she is the longest naval vessel in the world. Her 93,284 long tons displacement ranks her as the 11th-heaviest super-carrier and she has a crew of some 4,600 people.
The only ship of her class, Enterprise was slated for retirement in 2013, when she would have served for 51 consecutive years, longer than any other U.S. aircraft carrier in American history.
Film #1 -
Attack Carrier - This a great USN carrier story from USS Langley CV-1 to the construction and use of America's 1st nuclear carrier CVN-65, USS Enterprise. Runtime is about 28 minutes.
Film #2 -
Inside the Big E - A short film of what it's like to live and work aboard the USS Enterprise. Runtime is about 9 minutes.
Film #3 -
The Nuclear Navy - This a great story about the US Navy building an all new nuclear Navy. From submarines, to destroyers, to cruisers, to aircraft carriers. Great footage and history of these ships. Runtime is about 22 minutes.
Film #4 -
CV-65 in Vietnam - This film shows how the US Navy helped fight the war in Vietnam. From small ships to the amazing carriers, this is a great story. Runtime is about 19 minutes.
Film #5 -
CV-65 Newsreels - This a short collection of newsreels on the USS Enterprise CVN-65. 1st, Navy at the Fair. 2nd, Nuclear Fleet sails around the world. 3rd, The Navy protects our friends. 4th, US Navy on ready for Europe. Runtime is about 10 minutes.
Film #6 -
CV-6 Newsreels - This is a collection of short stories on the CV-6 USS Enterprise. 1st, Last Days of CV-6. 2nd, Pre-war Aircraft training on CV-6. 3rd, CV-6 fights off Kamikazes. 4th, Navy Day, 1945. Runtime is about 10 minutes.
Total runtime for the USS Enterprise Aircraft Carrier CV-6 CVN-65 DVD is about 98 minutes. Format is NTSC DVD and region-free.