A Royal Air Force (RAF) officer addresses a group as he brief them about the fighter tactics against B-29 Superfortress.
United Kingdom Date:1945 Duration:8 min 8 sec Sound:Yes
A U.S. and Royal Air force training film on Fighter Tactics against B-29 aircraft, similar to those of allied U.S. Army Air Forces B-29 Superfortress in United Kingdom. A UK Royal Air Force (RAF) officer addresses a group. Models of B-29, C-47 Skytrain and C-82 Packet aircraft on desk. B-29 stationary and crew lined up in front of a plane for inspection. A pilot inspects the crew in front of a plane. Crew gets into the bomb bay of B-29. The guns being revolved, top turrets, side turrets, tail guns all being tested on the ground. A pilot hold hands out of window and signals to ground crewmen. The engines starting. The engines starts. B-29 taxis out from taxiing area. A tail section of B-29 and 15th Air Force insignia on tail. Large letter 'W' on tail. B-29 takes off. Aerial formation of B-29. An English officer addresses the group then goes over to wall and points out B-29 group tactical formations on bombing runs. The chart and pattern for B-29 formation. RAF pilots sit and listen to a briefing officer.
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