U.S. aircraft make difficult landings on a carrier and gunners undergo training at a deck in the Pacific Ocean.
Pacific Ocean Date:1945 Duration:4 min 36 sec Sound:Yes
A typical day in an aircraft carrier task force of the U.S. Navy during a mission of finding Japanese invaders in the Pacific Ocean during World War II. U.S. aircraft return to carriers and make difficult landings. An aircraft carrier task force personnel signals to a pilot for landing. The aircraft lands at the carrier. The pilot gets injured due to the rough landing. Difficult landing of the aircraft at the carrier. Commander David Mocambo of the U.S. Navy disembarks from an aircraft and talks with carrier task force personnel. One personnel sticks a Japanese flag sticker on the aircraft. Services held on the flight deck. Gunners stand at the deck and go for a training. The U.S. Navy aircraft carrier at sea with a mission of finding and killing the Japanese.
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