Trained crew of Patrol Torpedo Boats battle the enemy at sea in the Pacific Theater during World War II.
Pacific Theater Date:1943 Duration:2 min 35 sec Sound:Yes
A Patrol Torpedo Boat crew is ready for a battle against the Japanese in the Pacific Theater during World War II. An officer hands out certificates to trainees on the graduation day. The trained crew arrives at an island to fight the enemy. The crew disembarks from a ship and gets on a Patrol Torpedo Boat. 'Waldorf Astoria' written on the door as a sailor shuts it. A gunner named Richard comes next to the man on the wheel. Richard removes a kitten from under his shirt. An officer looks through binoculars and spots an enemy tanker. The crew comes on the deck and prepares to battle. The gunner fires at the enemy ship. The crew fires a torpedo at the enemy ship.
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