U.S. Army Air Force bombers strafe Japanese barracks and supply bases in Indo-China during World War II.
Indochina Date:1945, June 11 Duration:1 min 24 sec Sound:Yes
U.S. Army Air Force bombers strafe Japanese targets in Indo-China during World War II. U.S. bombers in formation drop 30 lb bombs Malaybalay on Mindanao in Burma. Explosions on ground create huge smoke cloud as the Japanese barracks get destroyed. U.S. 10th Air Force drops 500lb RDX bombs on Toungoo destroying the Mandalay-Rangoon railroad line. U.S. Bombers drop bombs on Japanese positions in Philippines. Japanese supply base in China Yungcheng destroyed completely by U.S. bombers strafing.
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