B-17, B-24, A-24, P-40 airplanes and parts are scrapped in Walnut Ridge, Arkansas after the conclusion of World War 2.
Walnut Ridge Arkansas USA Date:1945, November 19 Duration:1 min 14 sec Sound:Yes
U.S. Army Air Forces aircraft are scrapped in Walnut Ridge, Arkansas after the end of World War II. Aerial view of hundreds of B-17 and B-24's lined up on a field. Closeup of painting on fuselage of one aircraft dubbed 'Miss Lace.' Engine being hoisted from a B-24 Liberator. Many P-40 and Douglas Dauntless SBD-5 (Scout Bomber Douglas), also known as A-24 aircraft lined up nose down. Aircraft parts piled up. The parts are crushed as a bulldozer moves over them.
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