U.S. soldiers examining wrecked German and Italian aircraft at El Aouina Airport in Tunisia during World War II.
Tunis Tunisia Date:1943, June 8 Duration:2 min 48 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Wreckage of an aircraft at El Aouina Airport in Tunisia during World War II. A man holding a piece of plexiglas in his hand. A wrecked 3-motored Italian Camo 6 - Savoia-Marchetti SM 81 Pipistrello aircraft on an airfield at the airport. '601-5' written on the aircraft. An army jeep drives up beside the wrecked aircraft. A few U.S. officers get off the jeep and inspect the aircraft. View of wrecked German and Italian aircraft on the airfield. A United States Army Air Force B-17 Flying Fortress taking off from the airfield. It looks like '25430' is written on it's tail. Several wrecked aircraft on the airfield. View of the B-17 taking off. Another B-17 takes off, displaying a large shield image on its tail This is followed by a U.S. Army Air Forces B-25 taking off. The wreckage of aircraft spread on the airfield. A few U.S. soldiers walking into a deep bomb crater and inspect the nacelle and the motor of the aircraft. Two soldiers beside another wrecked Italian Camo 6 - Savoia-Marchetti SM 81 Pipistrello aircraft. The aircraft is painted in camouflage paint and bears the number One of the soldiers looking into the fuselage of the aircraft. A wrecked German aircraft on the airfield. The aircraft damaged completely. View of parts of the wrecked aircraft.
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