The U.S. aircraft bomb the Japanese vessels,aircrafts and the ground installations in Truk, Caroline Islands
Truk Caroline Islands Date:1944 Duration:3 min 17 sec Sound:Yes
The U.S. aircraft attack the Japanese base in Truk, Caroline Islands during World War II . Animation depicts the Japan occupied Marshall Island and the Japanese base in Truk. The U.S. aircraft stationed at the aircraft carrier in the Pacific Ocean. The pilot gets into the cockpit of the aircraft. View of firing in air. The Japanese aircraft being attacked. The U.S. aircraft takes off from the deck of the aircraft carrier. The Japanese vessels circle in sea to escape. The Japanese vessel being bombed. The U.S. aircraft bomb the Japanese ground installations. Aerial view of the bombed installations. The U.S. aircraft in flight while returning back to the aircraft carrier. The aircraft lands on the deck. Another aircraft with on of the wheel collapsed lands. The injured pilot being carried on a stretcher.
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