A pilot takes off in an aircraft from an aircraft carrier in the Pacific Ocean and takes photographs of a target in Korea.
Korea Date:1953 Duration:6 min 31 sec Sound:Yes
A film on the importance of photographic reconnaissance. A pilot reading a book. A clock on a wall. An announcement on a loudspeaker. An aircraft lands on the flight deck of an aircraft carrier in the Pacific Ocean. Men standing along the sides of the aircraft carrier. A man directs the landing of the aircraft. A pilot gets off the aircraft and talks to the previous pilot. Officers and pilots in a briefing room. A pilot locates places on a wall map. The officers talk to the first pilot. An officer says that he is needed for photo reconnaissance, not as a fighter pilot. He checks cameras and boards an airplane. The pilot seated in the cockpit of the aircraft. A man signals to take off. The airplane takes off from the flight deck of the aircraft carrier. The aircraft in flight over the ocean. A ship underway. The aircraft flies over a target area in Korea. The pilot marks the target area on a map. Soldiers aboard a tank on a field. The aircraft in flight overhead. Huts in the area. The pilot takes photographs of the area. The enemy aims anti aircraft guns at the aircraft. They fire at airplanes. Flaks burst in the sky.
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