Damaged aircraft on a field as P-47s take off after Japanese air raid on Wakde Island, New Guinea during World War II.
Wakde Island New Guinea Date:1944, June 7 Duration:1 min 10 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Aftermath of Japanese air raid on Wakde Island, New Guinea during World War 2. Army engineers (or Seabees) operate a group of construction graders in formation, to level the field for aircraft operations. Some destroyed U.S. aircraft are still smoking on the field. Several U.S. Army Air Forces P-47 aircraft taxi out and take off from the newly leveled dirt field.
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