Atomic bombing mission in Japan by the United States Army Air Force, during World War II. U.S. military base in North Field, Tinian Island in Mariana Islands, South Pacific. Captain Theodore J. Van Kirk, the navigator of 'Enola Gay' (B-29 which dropped atomic bomb on Hiroshima) is asked about his experience, by Public Affairs Officer, Major John F. Moynahan (seen only from the back at very end of clip). Captain Van Kirk stands in front of Enola Gay and states his belief that the new bomb they carried would be a great help in shortening the war.
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