USAF W.W.2 Air Action in the S.W. Pacific & Burma 1943 (HD Restored) NEW

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These films were produced by Army Air Force Combat Camera Units (AAFCCUs) on all fronts and were shown only to Allied Armed Forces personnel. Cameramen road along on missions documenting them as they happened, giving a unique record of aircraft and crews, much of which you won't see anywhere else. The opening film shows a series of strikes by A-20s, B-24s and B-25s, escorted by P-38s on Japanese shipping North of New Guinea and the harbors at Wewak & Hansa Bay. Highlights include very low level runs by A-20s and B-25s with in cockpit views. The sound track from part of this sequence has been lost, but I was able to add appropriate special effects & supplementary graphics for a realistic recreation. This is followed by a series of high quality newsreels showing B-24 & B-25 missions to Rabaul and Rangoon.
 

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