Elements of the U.S. fleet attacked by Japanese Kamikaze aircraft off Okinawa during World War II
Okinawa Date:1945, April 11 Duration:2 min 3 sec Sound:NO SOUND
A U.S. Benham class destroyer underway off Okinawa, in the company of the battleship, USS Missouri (BB-63) seen in background, during World War 2. Next, many low bursts of flak are seen above the water as U.S. ships fire at attacking Japanese Kamikaze aircraft. Both the destroyer and the battleship are firing anti-aircraft weapons. At TC: 00:53, a Japanese Kamikaze is seen striking the Missouri's starboard side,aft, exploding and raising a large black cloud of smoke. Scene shifts to more battles between U.S. warships and attacking Japanese planes. At TC: 01:36, the USS Enterprise (CV-6) is seen underway with smoke rising from her starboard aft, following a strike by a Kamikaze.
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