Steps taken by United States Task Forces and Japanese strategy during the Battle of Coral Sea in the Pacific Ocean.
Pacific Ocean Date:1950 Duration:11 min 6 sec Sound:Yes
A United States Navy Training Film about the Battle of Coral Sea. Air search conducted by Japanese commandant forces. Commander of 4th fleet analyzes the situation. Duties and work of a commander. Allied and Japanese forces in the Coral Sea. Position of Task Force (TF)-17 support force. Final phase of the battle. Destroyers included in TF-17. Wrong decisions taken by TF 17 discussed. Bombers and torpedoes included in battle. Pilot reports the position of Japanese TF after an air search. Air group in flight. Fighter planes and divers included in the battle. Torpedoes and guns fire at enemy airplanes. Increased air fighter group which includes air patrol group from New York. Time and radar showing the position of TF. Position of TF17's support group. Bombers encounter TF-17 support group. Flight of Australian planes and Japanese counter attack.
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