U.S. Army Air Forces crew chief fuels B-26 Marauder bomber aircraft parked on dirt field in North Africa during World War II.
North Africa Date:1943, August 25 Duration:2 min 40 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Fueling of USAAF (United States Army Air Forces) B-26 Marauder bomber aircraft parked on a dirt field in North Africa during World War II. A semi-tractor hauls two F-1A, 4,000 gallon fuel servicing semi-trailers past a B-26 Marauder bomber aircraft parked on a dusty field. Crew members walk from nose of B-26 to back to the semi-trailers. Crew chief scales propeller of the B-26 to reach the top of wing. Another crew member hands him the nozzle and he begins refueling one of the wing tanks. F-1A units passes and parks in front of B-26. Large grader and steam roller seen preparing landing field. USAAF A-20 Havoc bombers parked in the background.
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