Construction of U.S. B-25 Mitchell bomber aircraft in the United States to carry out combat operations during World War II.
United States USA Date:1942 Duration:5 min 8 sec Sound:Yes
Film titled 'Combat Report' depicts the construction of U.S. B-25 Mitchell bomber aircraft to attack Nazi submarine during World War II. Exteriors of U.S. War Department building in Washington D.C., United States. U.S. Assistant Secretary of War for air Robert Lovett and Under Secretary of War Robert Patterson seated at desk. U.S. officer looks at combat report at his desk. A tanker hit by torpedo sinks in the Gulf of Mexico. View of crewman at controls and a tower. Combat report being typed. U.S. sailors type report at typewriters. Man speaks into radio. Navy officer instructs an officer. U.S. B-25 Mitchell bomber aircraft in flight over sea. Pilot and copilot at controls in B-25. The position of attack being radioed to a U.S. B-25 Mitchell bomber aircraft in flight over sea. Instrument panel of B-25. Engine of planes. Men in an aircraft factory at work. Blast furnace in factory. The engines being assembled, tested and installed in B-25.
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