U.S. Task Force ships battle Japanese aircraft and U.S. Marines land on an island in the Pacific Theater during World War II.
Pacific Theater Date:1943 Duration:5 min 23 sec Sound:Yes
U.S. Task Force combat against enemy in the Pacific Theater depicts use of war bond money during World War II. Task force ships underway. A blinker signal is given from a ship. Formation of U.S. Army Air Force aircraft overhead. U.S. Navy officers discuss charts aboard a ship. U.S. sailors manning a gun. A U.S. submarine rises on water surface. Aircraft parked on the deck of a carrier. A U.S. aircraft takes off from the carrier to protect the advancing convoy. Navy guns aboard a ship are fired. U.S. aircraft peel off. Japanese bombers drop bombs on a U.S. convoy underway at sea. Ships burn after being attacked. A U.S. ship sinks. A Japanese pilot in the cockpit of a bomber. A Japanese bomber is downed by U.S. antiaircraft fire. U.S. Marines disembark from a ship and board a landing craft to assault a Japanese held island. A formation of aircraft. Marines wade ashore. The Marines advance on a beach. Japanese soldiers march on the beach. An aircraft crashes.
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