Japanese plane explodes in midst heavy flak fire and tailspins into water, during World War II
Pacific Ocean Date:1945, April 23 Duration:1 min 19 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Actions on USS Randolph during Japanese air attack in World War 2. F6F Hellcat aircraft ready to be catapulted from flight deck of USS Randolph. F6F planes taxi and take off from USS Randolph. Japanese plane explodes midst heavy flak fire and tailspins into water. Parachute floats through air and lands in water off stern of light cruiser underway. A North Carolina class battleship is seen in the background.
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