USS Hancock (CV-19), USS Cabot (CVL-28), and USS Intrepid (CV-11) hit by Kamikazes in World War II
Pacific Ocean Date:1944, November 25 Duration:2 min 16 sec Sound:NO SOUND
A Japanese Kamikaze aircraft is spotted overhead. Next, on November 25, 1944, from a considerable distance, an explosion is seen and white smoke rising from the American aircraft carrier, USS Hancock (CV-19). Tracer bullets being fired as a Kamikaze plane dives. The U.S. Aorcraft carrier USS Intrepid is seen on fire and completely covered in dense black smoke. Sunset and darkness. Next, in daylight, an unidentified American warship fires its guns while underway. Aircraft Carrier, USS Intrepid (CV-11) is seen firing antiaircraft guns , making black flak cloud overhead. Suddenly black smoke rises from vicinity of her island from a Kamikase strike. It gradually clears as fire fighting operations progress aboard. Next, she is seen underway in the opposite direction.
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