The Aleutian Islands Campaign of World War II. A map shows the Aleutian Islands situated in the North Pacific Ocean forming the southern boundary of the Bering Sea. Volcanoes in the Aleutian Islands. The rocky coast of the island. A man stands on an ice covered ship. A boat carries some people. An aircraft lands on sea. A ship in the rough seas. In 1942: Animated map depicts Japanese invasion of Midway Island and Dutch Harbor and U.S. response to the attack. An aircraft takes off. U.S. Army officers who participated in the Battle of Dutch Harbor include Lieutenants Charles H. Briggs, Jack Todd, Jep C, Jonson, James E. Breeding, Virgil Alleman and Jack S. Marks. Active volcanoes in the background. Army camps in the Aleutian Islands.
The Aleutian Islands Campaign of World War II. Two soldiers make a last minute weather observation on Adak Island in the Aleutian Islands, Alaska. Aerial cameras are taken inside a U.S. Army Air Forces B-25 Mitchell bomber. Pilots make a final meeting. A pilot gets inside an aircraft. The aircraft take off one by one.
A B-25 bomber at Attu in Aleutian Island, Alaska. Propellers of the plane rotate as the engine runs. Mountains in the background.
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.