Jungle rescue operations in Burma during World War Two.
Burma Date:1944, June 20 Duration:1 min 43 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Jungle Rescue mission in Burma. U.S. soldiers examine the wreckage of U.S. C-47 in jungle. Soldiers wade through water. Smoke is emitted from flare on ground. Aircraft overhead. Smoke spreads through area. Soldier talks into radio. Stinson L-5 Sentinel drops supplies by parachute. A Stinson L-5B Sentinel serial number 44-16876 carrying a crash survivor, taxis after landing, followed by an Army ambulance and a C-47 aircraft. Injured soldier on stretcher is carried to ambulance from plane. Words written on side of plane read "Spirit of Lafayette School." "Lincoln Park, Mich. Donated by Pupils to the Army, Mar 17th 1944."
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