Sailors aboard USS Intrepid continue to extinguish fire and clean-up after Japanese kamikaze plane attack of 16 April 1945
Pacific Ocean Date:1945, April 16 Duration:1 min 27 sec Sound:NO SOUND
USS Intrepid (CV-11) aircraft carrier underway in the Pacific Ocean during World War II, near the Ryuku Islands, in support of operations on Okinawa. U.S. Navy sailors on the deck of the aircraft carrier with fire hoses. Sailors work to extinguish fire after a Japanese kamikaze aircraft crashed into the ship. Smoke rises from the carrier. Men clear wreckage of the aircraft. Intrepid's 20 mm guns fire at enemy planes.
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