Japanese warships come under attack by U.S. planes in pacific during World War II.
Pacific theater Date:1942 Duration:1 min 52 sec Sound:Yes
Japanese warship placing mines, during World War 2. Japanese marines board boats lowered from a ship and begin rowing them. Bombs dropped from U.S. aircraft burst in water near Japanese ships and near the Japanese marines in the boats. Japanese machine gunners on a ship fire at American aircraft in flight overhead. A U.S. Martin PBM Mariner flying boat, at extremely low altitude, launches a torpedo and climbs sharply over its intended target (Japanese warship). American warplanes flying overhead. Crew on Japanese ship drop buoys marking locations of mines.
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