U.S. Army Air Force transport aircraft used for shuttle services in Chabua, India during World War II.
Chabua India Date:1945 Duration:3 min 12 sec Sound:Yes
A film based on getting U.S. supplies to China from Chabua, India during World War II. A dummy antiaircraft emplacement at Chabua airfield. Gun crew around artillery gun at the field. Drums are rolled out from railroad cars. Fuel is poured into containers from the drums. Indian laborers at work. Bombs at a munitions dump. Native laborers unload crates from a truck and load them into U.S. Army Air Force C-46 Commando transport aircraft parked at Chabua airfield. A trainer plane and an ambulance are loaded aboard a C-46. The laborers roll bombs into the aircraft. C-46 taxi on the airfield for take off. Fuel barrels at Chabua airfield. A USAAF C-87 Liberator Express transport plane lands at Chabua airfield. Supply crates loaded aboard the C-87.
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