Mechanics work on U.S. Army Air Forces B-25 Mitchell bomber parked inside a wrecked hanger in North Africa.
North Africa Date:1943, August 25 Duration:2 min 14 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Mechanics work on USAAF (United States Army Air Forces) planes parked in a hangar in North Africa during World War II. Large gas and oil dump in North Africa. U.S. army trucks pass on highway to Bizerte. Semi-truck and trailer carry wrecked USAAF (United States Army Air Forces) P-38 Lightening fighter aircraft. Interiors of a bomb wrecked hangar. Two mechanics walk to steel work rack at tail of B-25 Mitchell bomber, lift machine gun, and climb up to work platform. They install machine gun on B-25 tail. Large hole in hangar ceiling. Mechanic inside the tail adjusts pivot on the gun of B-25. Mechanic climbs on work rack and works on tail of B-25. Several gliders parked outside bomb wrecked hangar. Crew members clean glider nose.
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