Synopsis by Betsy Boyd
Greyhounds of the Sea is a documentary outlining the history of the U.S. Navy Destroyers, stealthy ships used in battle. Host Jack Webb explains that the ships were first created in 1902, and later in World War II, the sleek U.S. Navy Destroyers, often referred to as greyhounds of the sea, played an instrumental part in achieving America's victory. Today, nuclear-powered Destroyers prowl the water, working quickly, quietly, following in a proud Navy tradition.
boating, destroyer, military, Navy, war