U.S. transport aircraft and gliders carry British Chindit troops behind Japanese lines in Burma during World War II.
Burma Date:1944 Duration:2 min 4 sec Sound:NO SOUND
American Army Air Forces transport British forces for operation behind Japanese lines in Burma during World War II. American C-47 planes parked on airfield. British soldiers board the aircraft. Planes in flight. British soldiers seated inside a plane. American soldiers (wearing steel helmets) inside a C-47 transport. C-47s towing gliders. View of British Chindit soldiers inside a glider. The planes being flown over Burmese jungle. Gliders parked at a landing field. U.S. C-47 aircraft landing at the field. American troops exit one C-47 and immediately proceed to assemble a Browning 50 caliber antiaircraft machine gun. A Stinson L-5 liaison aircraft lands on the field.
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