A Japanese bomber aircraft drops bombs and a carrier is set afire but it remains afloat in the Pacific Ocean.
Pacific Ocean Date:1942 Duration:2 min 37 sec Sound:Yes
Carrier-based airplanes fight Japanese airplanes off New Guinea, Australia during World War II . A U.S. aircraft carrier underway in the Pacific Ocean prepares for attack. Aircraft parked on the deck. An aircraft takes off. Gunners ready the guns mounted on the deck. A Japanese aircraft in flight. Flaks burst in the sky. The gunners fire the guns. An explosion on the outer deck. The carrier crew runs on the deck and fires. A Japanese bomber aircraft drops bombs. A bomb hole on the deck. The gunners still fire. Crew members pull a hose and spray water on the bombed area. The carrier is set afire but remains afloat.
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