U.S. B-17 crews of 8th Air Force are debriefed by intelligence officer upon return from a mission, during World War II.
United Kingdom Date:1942 Duration:3 min 18 sec Sound:Yes
U.S. 8th Air Force B-17 crew is debriefed by an intelligence officer immediately after returning from a bombing mission. In response to his questions, the crew members describe being hit by enemy fire, damage to their aircraft, and attacks by German Fw-190 and Me-109 fighter aircraft. A gunner tells of shooting down a German plane that flew underneath their B-17. Narrator Richard Cordon appeals to American mechanics to volunteer for service with the Army Air Forces. H reads a notice of the U.S. Army Air Forces inviting civilian mechanics to service with the Air Forces. Views of mechanics performing maintenance on aircraft. Notice from the U.S. Army on its letter head.
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