U.S. Navy aircraft from the USS Wasp engage Japanese aircraft and strafe ground installations in World War II
Manila Philippines Date:1944, November 5 Duration:1 min 43 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Aerial view of the U.S. Navy Aircraft carrier, USS Wasp (CV-18) painted in camouflage Measure 33, Design 10a paint, underway in Manila Bay, during World War 2. Close view of an F6F Hellcat of Navy Squadron VF-14 taking off from the Wasp, followed by a TBF/TBM Avenger of VT-14. Formation of TBFs passing overhead and then over coast of Japanese-held territory. A Japanese airplane with smoke streaming behind. A Japanese airplane being attacked from behind and hit by gunfire (probably from an F6F). View from U.S. Navy aircraft strafing Japanese ground targets.
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