The U.S. aircraft attack the Japanese base in Truk, Caroline Islands during World War II . Animation depicts the Japan occupied Marshall Island and the Japanese base in Truk. The U.S. aircraft stationed at the aircraft carrier in the Pacific Ocean. The pilot gets into the cockpit of the aircraft. View of firing in air. The Japanese aircraft being attacked. The U.S. aircraft takes off from the deck of the aircraft carrier. The Japanese vessels circle in sea to escape. The Japanese vessel being bombed. The U.S. aircraft bomb the Japanese ground installations. Aerial view of the bombed installations. The U.S. aircraft in flight while returning back to the aircraft carrier. The aircraft lands on the deck. Another aircraft with on of the wheel collapsed lands. The injured pilot being carried on a stretcher.
USS Yorktown CV-10 in the Pacific Theater during World War 2. U.S. Naval officers and sailors discuss over a map on a table. Animated map depicts Japanese fleet positions on the Truk Atoll of Islands. USS Yorktown Navy flier squadron and squadrons from other carriers take off for combat over the Truk Islands. Sailors talk over the radio aboard USS Yorktown. A map shows the heavily fortified islands surrounded by air strips, and naval anchorages among the islands. Crewmen aboard Yorktown prepare the planes for take off. Machine gun fire from the planes over the Truk Islands. They dive bomb the island. The aircraft are hit and descend to the ground. A plane drops into the ocean. U.S. airplanes bomb Japanese planes on fighter strips, bomb bases and sea plane ranches. Smoke due to heavy bombardment. Planes dive and drop bombs. Fire due to bombing of a fast fleet tanker hiding in a sheltered cove. U.S. bombers and fighter planes strafe other fleet auxiliaries including rice boats, transports and ammunition ships. They are set on fire with 50 caliber incendiaries and armor piercing plugs. The ships on fire sink into the ocean.
U.S. air raids on the Caroline Islands in the Pacific Ocean during World War II. An aerial view of U.S. aircraft flying over a target area. Close-up aerial views of the side and front of a B-25 bomber while in flight. United States Army Air Forces B-25 Mitchells in flight over the target area. Forepart of a B-25 in flight. The B-25s fly at a low altitude.
U.S. Army men attack Japanese fortifications in Truk during World war II. U.S. aircraft on an aircraft carrier in the Pacific Ocean. An aerial view of Japanese ground installations. Japanese aircraft are attacked. An aircraft descends as it catches fire. An aerial view of Japanese ground installations being bombed. Japanese ships explode. A U.S. aircraft with a damaged wheel lands. The injured pilot is carried on a stretcher.
The U.S. task force advances in the Pacific Ocean during World War II. A tanker burns in the Ulithi harbor. Black smoke pouring up from the ship. Other ships surround the area. The tanker burns. A Destroyer drops ash cans (depth charges). Explosions going off behind another ship.
Recovery of Marine wounded in Saipan during World War II. United States ships underway in the Pacific Ocean during the battle of Saipan. Naval guns aboard the ship bombard the coast. United States troops aboard transport ships. Landing crafts loaded with Marines move towards the shore. Troops land at the coast amidst heavy firing. Medical Company arrives at the beach and looks after the wounded Marines. Marines fire machine gun and tanks roll. Injured Marines on stretchers being carried away. Litter patients being placed into ambulance jeep and carried away. Medical officer examines the wounded and provides first aid to them. Litter patients being placed in a jeep and walking wounded being helped to get into the jeep. Jeep carries the injured Marines to Regimental aid station. Doctor checks the injured Marines and treats them. Tags being prepared for each patient. Records being maintained. Wounded being loaded onto a jeep and the jeep is driven away to a collecting station. At the collecting station Marines at work.