USAAF Martin B-26 Marauders drop bombs over targets in Germany and return to base.
Germany Date:1945, April 16 Duration:2 min 42 sec Sound:NO SOUND
United States Army Air Forces Martin B-26 Marauder, a World War II twin-engine medium bomber, drops bombs over targets in Germany near the end of World War II. Captain Browning in a USAAF B-26 Marauder over Germany. POV shots from cockpit. The B-26 bomber drops bombs. B-26 landing gears lower. POV from cockpit as the B-26 lands and taxis along the perimeter strip. Crewmen on the ground directs the B-26 for parking. A Lieutenant plots out flak damage. The crewmen of the B-26 gathered around B-26 and in a jeep. An interrogating officer takes down flight data from the pilot. Crewmen inspect belt of damaged ammunition. A Lieutenant views the damaged ammunition. Note: a small bright object, possibly a foo fighter, is seen moving diagonally and downward across the frame from left to right in the first second or two of this clip.
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