A B-29 combat crew is briefed on Saipan island, Mariana Islands during World War 2. Several aircraft parked on an airfield. Few baggages in front of an aircraft. United States Army Air Force Generals Henry H Arnold and Lauris Norstad and another officers walking up to B-29 crew standing on the airfield. General Norstad introduces General Henry Arnold to the combat crew of B-29 Superfortress and the commandants who are on their way to Tokyo, Japan after joining the 21st Bomber Command. General Henry Arnold shakes hands with the commandants. The crew standing in a row beside a USAAF heavy bomber B-29 Super Fortress. General Arnold briefs the crew. The General says the 21st Bomber Command has been operating out of China and the crew has the best of the aircraft which could carry the heaviest of loads. The General tells the crew that the message which is to be conveyed to Japan, is to be written on bombs. A few members of the crew wheel a cart loaded with bombs beside the aircraft. One of the crew members writes a message on a bomb as the General dictates. The Generals, the commandants and the crew members beside the cart of the bombs. The General wishes the crew good luck and shakes hands with the commandants. The message on the bomb for the enemy reads 'To the Warlords of Japan, We have not forgotten - The B-29s will remind you again and again and again'.
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