Combat air patrols being used for combating the Japanese suicide plane attacks in the Pacific Theaters during World War 2
Pacific Theater Date:1945 Duration:2 min 44 sec Sound:Yes
The U.S. forces combat the Japanese kamikaze suicide plane attacks in the Pacific Theater during World War II . The U.S. combat air patrol in flight. A ship at sea. Aircraft stationed to provide dust patrol. A night combat air patrol aircraft takes off. Animation depicts the control area of the combat air patrol. A CIC doctrine. The aircraft tilt and fly away. The pilot turns on the 'identification, friend or foe' (IFF) of the aircraft. The pilot speaks on a microphone. He wears a protective glass. A large group of aircraft in flight. Animation depicts the technique of approaching the objective area.
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