United States B-17 and B-24 bombers loaded with bombs to be dropped over Japanese position in Aleutian Island during World War II. Planes take off and drop bombs over Japanese position and return after the air strike.
A B-25 bomber at Attu in Aleutian Island, Alaska. Propellers of the plane rotate as the engine runs. Mountains in the background.
Officers point at a map as they brief a mission in a Quonset hut in Attu, Aleutian Island. Crew members enter the class and take their seats. Officers brief them as they take down notes.
United States B-25 bombers taxi and take off from Attu in Aleutian Island, Alaska. Bombers in flight.
United States B-25 bombers taxi and take off from Attu in Aleutian Island, Alaska. Bombers return after a short flight and land at the air base.
United States B-25 bomber at an airbase in Attu, Aleutian Island, Alaska. A jeep carrying flight crew pulls up near the bomber and men get down. Crew boards the plane.
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