Montage of naval battle scenes with Japanese warplanes attacking U.S. warships during World War II
Pacific Theater Date:1944, February Duration:1 min 51 sec Sound:Yes
Montage of scenes from naval battles involving Japanese aircraft attacking U.S. warships in the Pacific, during World War 2 . A Nakajima B6N torpedo bomber flying low over water through heavy antiaircraft fire from U.S. warships. It is struck and begins smoking. Pilot calls out as he dives the airplane into a U.S. aircraft carrier, which explodes. Another Japanese pilot crying out in cockpit of his airplane. Japanese warplanes swarming around U.S. warship. Bombs exploding around and on a U.S. warship. Scenes of intense combat between attacking Japanese airplanes and defending U.S. warships. Flak puffs fill the sky. Tracer bullets seen everywhere. Japanese warplanes zooming over smoking U.S. warship and over a U.S. aircraft carrier. Smoke trailing from Japanese warplane. Smoke pouring from bombed U.S. warship. (Closeups of pilots in cockpits during combat are obvious insertions and not related to the actual battles.)
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