United States Air Transport Command operations during World War II.
Pacific Theater Date:1943 Duration:1 min 49 sec Sound:Yes
Animated description of the U.S. Air Transport Command (ATC) network of routes covering 110 thousand miles connecting U.S. Air Forces bases across the globe in World War 2. Formation of C-47 transport planes flying overhead. Air Force dispatcher annotating blackboard with flight schedules. A C-47 taking off. A crew arrives in a jeep and goes to their C-87, 4-engine transport plane, parked outside the operations building of the Aloha Transport Command, Honolulu, Hawaii. C-47s in flight. A C-45 landing at a remote Pacific island. Cargo, including a jeep and a live pack animal.being loaded into a C-46 Commando airplane. C-47s delivering an operating field hospital to Alaska and delivering shipments of grenades to troops on Guadalcanal, who are seen using them in combat. A Consolidated C-87 cargo aircraft in flight.(its landing gear not fully retracted).
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