U.S. aircraft strafe Japanese positions in the Pacific Theater and suffer damage due to enemy attacks during World War II.
Pacific Theater Date:1945 Duration:4 min 5 sec Sound:Yes
A film titled 'This could be America' about the importance of buying war bonds during World War II. Aerial bombing of Japan. U.S. Navy F4F Wildcat aircraft in flight in the Pacific Theater. They peel off. The aircraft strafe and bombard Japanese positions. Smoke rises due to strafing. The F4F Wildcat aircraft in flight. A pilot in the cockpit of an aircraft. Aerial views of the ground below. An aircraft strafes a Japanese ship and beach positions. The aircraft in flight and descend after being hit. An aircraft makes a crash landing on the flight deck of an aircraft carrier. Crew members try to rescue the injured pilot but he dies. Dead pilot's body is wrapped in American flag. Funeral services being conducted aboard the ship. The casket being thrown into the sea. Information encourages people to buy 7th war bond.
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