The ways of combating the Japanese kamikaze suicide plane attacks and precautions taken during an attack in the Pacific Theater
Pacific Theater Date:1945 Duration:4 min 5 sec Sound:Yes
The U.S. forces combat the Japanese kamikaze suicide plane attacks in the Pacific Theater during World War II. The naval gun fires at the suicide aircraft. A soldier hands over an ammunition to another soldier. Lookouts being trained for recognition of the suicide planes. A personnel speaks on a microphone. Two personnels read a doctrine. Aircraft in flight. A U.S. aircraft takes off from the deck. The combat air patrol aircraft on flight. Animation depicts the plan of approach of the combat air patrol aircraft and the radar detection technique. A soldier observes through binoculars. Personnels in the communication room. Lookouts observe through binoculars. Soldiers move the radar equipment. Personnels in the control room. A radar in operation. View of a radar screen. Personnels wear protective gear. Firemen spray water on the suicide aircraft. The U.S. aircraft in flight. Smoke rises from a naval vessel. Soldiers move the anti aircraft guns. The naval vessel at sea. A suicide aircraft in flight. Animation depicts the most efficient position of the naval in sea. Soldiers run on the deck of the ship. A soldier lying on the deck. The suicide planes crash aboard the ship. Personnels work on the VT fuze projectiles. The suicide aircraft being bombed. A suicide aircraft catches fire and descends in air.
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