P-38s Shoot Down
Japanese Admiral Yamamoto

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See the P-38 Squadron that shot down Admiral Isoroku Yamamoto, one of imperial Japan's leading strategists, in an incredible long distance interception in the Pacific. Includes purported P-38 gun camera footage of the Admiral's Betty going down in flames. This mission resulted both a great blow to Japanese morale & the loss of one of their ablest commanders This truly amazing interception -- the result of super secret code breaking and meticulous planning-- was one of the most astounding feats in World War 2. See why it's been called "the equivalent of shooting down an arrow with a bullet from a mile away" Existing copies of this film aren’t very good quality, so I did what I could to digitally restore it.

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