U.S. P-40 Warhawks bomb Japanese positions in Battle of Myitkina during Burma campaign of World War II
Burma Date:1944 Duration:1 min 19 sec Sound:Yes
U.S. P-40 Warhawks bomb Japanese positions in Myitkina, Burma during World War 2. Chinese and U.S. officers at an airfield in Burma. U.S. P-40s take off from the airfield to bomb Japanese positions. Formation of p-40s airplanes. They peel off and drop bombs on Japanese positions. Smoke billows up from explosions. U.S. Army General Joseph (Vinegar Joe) Stilwell steps from his C-47 transport airplane (named "Uncle Joe's Chariot") and is greeted by U.S. Army Brigadier General Frank Merrill (of Merrill's Marauders) on an airfield in Kandy, Ceylon, where he is to consult with Admiral Lord Louis Mountbatten Supreme Allied Commander South East Asia (SACSEA).
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