Damage on USS Enterprise after it was attacked by a Japanese suicide aircraft while underway in the Pacific Ocean
Pacific Ocean Date:1945, May 14 Duration:2 min 37 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Japanese air attack on U.S. ships underway in the Pacific Ocean during World War 2. Men running on the deck of USS Enterprise (CV-6) after it suffered a Japanese air attack on 14th May, 1945. It was hit by a kamikaze Zero, piloted by Lt. J.G. Shunsuke Tomiyasu, destroying her forward elevator, killing 14 and wounding 34. View of damage to number one elevator from the suicide airplane attack Fire fighters try to douse the fire. Burned aircraft on the deck. On hangar deck, fire fighters plays hoses on bulkheads. Ammunition and damaged airplanes are jettisoned over the side. An aircraft on its nose on the deck. Debris strewn all around.
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