Japanese Kamikaze planes attack U.S. ships during the Pacific campaign of World War II.
Pacific Ocean Date:1944 Duration:1 min 28 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Japanese aircraft attacks U.S. ships in the Pacific Ocean during World War II. A U.S. Navy OS (Operations Specialist) seated before a radar. An aircraft in flight overhead. View aboard U.S. ship underway in the Pacific. A telephone operator looks up into the sky while he talks over the phone. Gun crew on single 40MM gun, training gun. A trainer on a gun. Ships underway at sea in background. A 5 inch gun is fired. Flak in the sky. A Coast Guard personnel loads clips into a 40mm twin bofor gun. A Japanese plane hits water after being shot down. Gun crew on 20MM gun fires at enemy aircraft. A Japanese Kamikaze plane hits a flight deck in a ball of flame. Coast Guard crew on 20mm gun fire at Japanese plane. Japanese plane in flight, tracer streaking through sky. American carrier covered in smoke after being hit by Japanese Kamikaze plane. An LST (Landing Ship Tank) fire all guns at Japanese aircraft. Sky filled with flak. Japanese aircraft heads for water. A 40mm gun is fired. Japanese plane strikes water. Twin 40mm gun is fired. Men load clips into the 40mm gun. Japanese plane hits water. Guns aboard the ship are fired. Coast Guard photographer shoots the movies. An officer looks through binoculars.
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