Japanese operating land-based bombers during World War II
Japan Date:1944 Duration:1 min 9 sec Sound:Yes
Japanese Lieutenant General steps from a headquarters building and walks toward airfield ramp, during World War 2. He poses for photograph with staff officers in background. In change of scene, The general, dressed in flight gear, is escorted with an aide, to a kawasaki ki-49 bomber (Helen), which they board through a door in the roundel on the aircraft fuselage. The General goes forward to pilot's seat and secures cockpit canopy. The aircraft is seen taking off. change of scene shows a Japanese Squadron Commander standing on a step stool, to brief his pilots. After the briefing, they salute and go to their aircraft. Engine being started on a kawasaki ki-49 bomber.Two are seen taking off as ground crews wave to them.
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