U.S.Army Air Corps Lieutenant Colonel Gilbert O. Wymond, Jr. examines flak damage to his P-47 during World War II.
Corsica France Date:1944 Duration:1 min 29 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Location: Alto Airfield, Corsica, during World war 2. P-47aircraft, of 65th Fighter Squadron, 57th Fighter Group, on active dirt runway, after landing, turns off and spins about revealing the name "Hun Hunter XIV" painted on its fuselage. Pilot, Lieutenant Colonel Gilbert O. Wymond, Jr., shuts engine down, climbs out of cockpit, and walks to tail to examine combat damage in several places. Men stand by tent. Colonel Wymond signs 'Missing in Action' report. Man's hand putting spoonful of sugar in tin cup of coffee. Man drinks coffee and eats donut.
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