USN bomber aircraft carry out low level bombing attacks on Wake Island during World War II.
Wake Island Pacific Ocean Date:1943 Duration:3 min 40 sec Sound:Yes
The U.S. Navy attacks Wake Island during World War II. A United States Navy (USN) aircraft in flight. USN aircraft parked at an airfield. Crew at work. A tug tows a USN aircraft. The crew carries bombs in a small elevator. A naval ship underway in the Pacific Ocean. Bombers in flight. Aerial view of ships underway. The aircraft in formation flight. A map of the Pacific Ocean. The aircraft in flight above the clouds. The bomber aircraft carry out low level bombing attacks on Wake Island. A Japanese ship is set on fire. United States Navy F6F Hellcat fighter aircraft drop bombs. Another Hellcat aircraft drops bombs. A F6F Hellcat aircraft lands safely at an airfield. Men at the airfield. Smoke rises due to bombardment. Smoking Wake Island. The aircraft in flight. Barrels of guns in the foreground.
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