Allied forces make new bases and speed-up production of warplanes to increase air power in Pacific region, during World War II.
United States USA Date:1944 Duration:2 min 15 sec Sound:Yes
Allied powers speed their production of warplanes to intensify their air power in the Pacific War, during World War II. Women war production workers in India work for making air bases for Allied planes. B-29 bombers of the U.S. Army Air Force assembled at an aircraft manufacturing plant factory in Wichita, Kansas. Newly manufactured B-29 taken out of the plant. Allied B-29 bombers prepare for a bombing mission on Japan from a base in China. Native labors working at the base aiding in preparation of the bombers. Major General Claire Chennault gives final instructions to the pilots. Chinese soldiers work together with U.S. Airmen. B-29 bombers take off one after the other and fly over mountains to reach Japan.
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