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Description: A Sea Otter lands, and taxies to a halt (Royal Navy No 802). Two airmen join the pilot, and help him carry the rescued pilot from the aircraft (various takes); after the ambulance doors have been closed, and an airman has given the driver his instructions, the vehicle is driven off (with a hangar and a Spitfire in the background); interior sequence, showing airman (W/O) reading, hearing the phone ring, speaking, and plotting a position on a map (showing the channel area) another series of shots of wall map, showing W/O pinning a disc on the spot where the position has just been marked; the wall map shows South East England, the Channel and Northern France.
Production Details: Royal Air Force (Production company)
Coop, Eric W (Production individual)
Personalities, Units and Organisations: Royal Air Force (regiment/service)
Keywords: aircraft, British - seaplane: Supermarine Sea Otter (object name)
command and control, British air (object name)
medical, British air - movement: ambulance (object name)
operations, British air - rescue: air-sea (object name)
GB, England & Shoreham, Sussex <RAF Station> (geography)