U.S. heavy bomber B-24 Liberator drops bombs over target areas in Buayan in Philippines Island during World War II.
Buayan Philippines Date:1944, September 25 Duration:2 min 12 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Philippines Campaign in Philippines during World War II. A pictorial map showing distance of 650 MI from Middleburg in New Guinea to Buayan in Philippines Island. U.S. Army men at work. Two U.S. officers on ground below an aircraft during inspection. A U.S. heavy bomber B-24 Liberator taxis and takes off. The B-24 in flight. The nose section of the aircraft. Other aircraft in flight. Bombs being dropped on target areas in Buayan in the Philippines Island. Smoke rises from explosions. Aerial views of inhabited areas in the Philippines Island. A wooded region in view. Paved ways in view on ground. A column of smoke rises from the bombarded areas
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