Training film about Plans and Strategies of U.S. and Japanese forces during the Battle of Coral Sea in the Pacific Ocean.
Pacific Ocean Date:1950 Duration:6 min 39 sec Sound:Yes
A United States Naval Training Film about the Battle of Coral sea. Diagram shows plan of Admiral McArthur in the South west Pacific and South Pacific. The support system collected and strategy of Allies at Japanese coasts. Task Force (TF)17. Enemy areas covered by photographic survey. U.S. Admirals discuss islands and targets. Japanese ships used in battle. Battleships and ships included in Task Force 17 and TF 11 described. First Phase shown. Communication between TF 17 and TF11 in the Pacific Ocean. TF 17 at sea. Moves of both task force. Activities of TF 17. TF 11 fueled at sea. 60 miles difference between both task forces. The Allied plan of offensive action on Japanese islands. Encircling operation of enemy force from east.
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