Napalm bombs, improvised from wing fuel tanks, installed under wing of a P-47 from U.S. Army Air Forces (USAAF) 318th Fighter Group, on Aslito airfield (Isley field) during the Tinian campaign of World War II in the Pacific. Airman fastening improvised napalm bomb under wing of the P-47 aircraft. Ground crews drop off 55gallon drums of fuel beside a P-47 and fasten a fueling hose to them. They pump napalm and gasoline, into the 165gallon suspended wing tanks (bombs) creating, gel gas,. Ground crewman shows a sample of the rubbery gel gas. After fueling them, the crewmen fasten detonators into the napalm bombs.
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