USS HANCOCK (CV-19) and USS CABOT (CVL-28) attacked by Japanese Kamikaze airplanes in World War II
Pacific Ocean Date:1944, November 25 Duration:1 min 59 sec Sound:NO SOUND
On November 25, 1944, a fast flying Japanese aircraft is spotted in the sky. Next, from a considerable distance, an explosion and smoke rising is seen on the American aircraft carrier, USS Hancock (CV-19). In the next scene, an unidentified U.S. warship is seen underway as black flak clouds dot sky above. Then the light aircraft carrier, USS Cabot is seen with black flak bursts overhead. A huge explosion raises a towering smoke cloud from her. She maneuvers, changing the angle at which she is seen. The smoke dissipates.
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