Have you ever seen a picture of an oil tanker?
We'll also take a look at what lies ahead for oil tankers.
There was a time, right after the war, when you could buy an oil tanker for the price of a Rolls.
He outlined to them the business of the oil tankers.
In 2005, the average age of oil tankers worldwide was 10 years.
Cargo can be moved on or off of an oil tanker in several ways.
There were holes in their plan big enough to send an oil tanker through.
He was wondering if anybody had ever been held up by oil tanker before.
Our proposals are particularly concerned with the age of oil tankers.
On July 26, 1934, an oil tanker was laid down.
It looked like a tank truck, the sort that carried fuel oil or gasoline.
With a bound, he turned toward the tank truck and flung open the two side panels.
In the distance, I could see the spot of light bobbing slowly around the tank truck.
Not far away stood three tank trucks of the type used to transport chemicals.
"We've got to keep the flames away from the tank trucks!"
However, roll over a tank truck on I-91 any morning of the week and we have helicopters out there.
He sent me and some others out into the valley to the railroad, to fill up the tank trucks.
"It doesn't look too bad," he said, pulling onto the highway behind an 18-wheel tank truck.
Drinking water was brought up by tank trucks to designated areas for distribution.
Today, the milk is collected from farmers by tank trucks.
Some help was on the way today from two super-scoop air tankers from Canada.
More than 1,000 firefighters worked here through the night, along with seven air tankers that dumped water and fire retardant.
Helicopters and air tankers hover close to the flames.
Four air tankers flew in flame retardant to drop on the fire.
A second-alarm was issued and air tankers were ordered.
All available air tankers had been dispatched to Southland fires leaving only hand crews to fight the fire.
As the new air tankers were delivered and placed in service, the original S-2As are retired.
The few pieces of mobile armor would race forward, supplied with petrol by air tankers.
The Canadian Government sent three air tankers to add to the two the state uses to drop fire retardant.
The aircraft's existing smoke system was used to mark the path for the following air tankers.