Here's an interesting look from two vantage points of the cockpit of a C-2A Greyhound, a carrier onboard delivery aircraft, as it lands aboard USS Harry S. Truman in the Persian Gulf. It was filmed by the pilot some years ago, and he recently posted it on YouTube.
It's nice to see both the internal and external aspects of the landing like that. That was on a very smooth good-weather day, of course. The amazing thing is that US Navy pilots can do the same thing in howling wind and rain, at night, with a wildly pitching and rolling deck. My hat's off to them.