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Автор ZenosWarbirds (9 месяцев)
For more info on B-25s modified for ground attack, watch another video on
my channel: Medium Bombardment & Attack Featuring the B-25" Medium
Bombardment & Attack with the B-25 Mitchell 1945

Автор MakeMeThinkAgain (9 месяцев)
The adaptation of the B-25, usually a high altitude bomber, to low level
strafing with 8 to 12 fixed .50 cal machine guns in th nose was one of the
most brilliant theater adjustments of WW2.

Автор darren monks (6 месяцев)
I like how they immaculately fail to mention Australians are basically
doing all the ground fighting in New Guinea and the important role of the
RAAF (particularly Beaufighters). however, I could only watch the first 15
minutes.

Автор J.D.@rt (3 месяца)
Wow, the Pacific is an enormous location in the world(and fittingly the
location of among the largest naval battles in the world). It's astounding
to think of the Japanese and Allied navies moving and fighting around
thousands of miles stretches of ocean and islands in World War 2. If the
Eastern Front was the largest land conflict in history, the Pacific Front
has to be the largest naval conflict in history.

Автор resculptit (2 месяца)
This only showed that the bombings were great at knocking down trees and
cracking coconuts. It shows little other information as to hitting the
enemy. 

Автор Tom Murphy (13 дней)


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Автор RonJohn63 (9 месяцев)
Anyone else recognize Holst's "Mars, the Bringer of War" during the first
raid on Wewak?

Автор Tom Last (3 месяца)
My father flew with the Marines out of Bouganville. I was hoping for some
video from there. He flew F4Us from the same field (Torokino) as "Pappy"
Boyington, and flew against Rabaul. Guess I'll keep looking.

Автор resculptit (2 месяца)
A silly video - - check the planes - first a P-52 and then a B-17...

Автор Panuel Manuke (10 месяцев)
I am Maureen Dapal from Rabaul on New Britain Island PNG. My father lived
during the war - he was actually 3 years old when the war arrived.
He stayed in a dug out hole in the ground and survived only on coconuts.
He told me that eventhough a large amount of bombs was dropped on the
island not plenty people were killed - and few received injuries minor and
serious injuries.

Автор Gil Giley (8 месяцев)
America unity at its' best. Don't mess with the Sleeping Giant. 

Автор Irvin bennett (8 месяцев)
My father and uncles fought this war. It was true total war. Hundreds were
killed every single day . 

Автор Stefan Korica (10 месяцев)
Why did Japanese attack USA when they had shity army,i mean they probably
could have better tehnology but they lackd alot of materials in their
homeland to make aircrafts... and even if they had better ships and planes
they wouldnt stand a chance against USA industry... 

Автор Panzerdeal (7 месяцев)
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States_Army_Air_Forces_in_the_South_Pacific_Area


Автор Robbi496 (7 месяцев)
the story aside (Which is good) I love the fact that the music is from
Stravinsky's "The Fire Bird"

Автор wenaldy (10 месяцев)
Mitchell!!!

Автор I Boarshock (9 месяцев)
Interesting in-house doc from the 5th AF. Obviously they wanted to make
sure they weren't being forgotten way out in the SW Pacific, what with
Europe, North Africa, and the Mediterranean getting most of the attention
back home in 1943.

The music, by the way, is various selections from Igor Stravinsky's
Firebird Suite and Gustav Holst's The Planets, with a little tiny bit (I
believe) of Ferde Grofé's Grand Canyon Suite during the pretend 'travelog'
portion involving the 'family' on the airfield.

Автор verbusen (3 месяца)
That soundtrack is cool, like a 1920's German horror film. The second
narrator sounds a lot like William Conrad but if this was released during
the war it probably wasn't him since he was a fighter pilot then. If this
came out after the war was over it could be him.

Автор Bill Bright (7 месяцев)
We Wak, the garden spot of the south west Pacific.

Автор resculptit (5 месяцев)
This video really didn't need back-ground Music. And I would have rather
heard about the guns and bomb types used on the planes rather than the
sounds of their engines with music. 

Автор J Roberts (9 месяцев)
Great upload!, The logistics, manpower and sacrifice during WWII was
staggering. Having spent the last 14 years in ME conflicts I often wonder
if we could support the same level of effort on multiple fronts as
effectively as that generation. Well done.

Автор Panzerdeal (7 месяцев)
As for competition over supplies...didn't you mean 5 and 7 af, there Robin.

The major USAAF combat organizations in the region was Thirteenth Air
Force, which was formed in November 1942 as a command and control
organization to organize many widely separated Seventh Air Force and
independent units scattered in the South Pacific Area during the Solomon
Islands campaign. As the war progressed, Thirteenth Air Force units moved
into the South West Pacific theatre and coordinated their activities with
Fifth and Seventh Air Force units in New Guinea, the Netherlands East
Indies and Philippines during 1944 and 1945.

Автор Joe Flatley (9 месяцев)
Portions of the soundtrack remind me of "Gladiator."

Автор Brian Davies (1 год)
I lived in PNG in the mid 60's and from 1970 thru to 1981 in Lae, Port
Moresby, Rabaul, Madang Wewak, and have seen most of the smaller areas
mentioned in the ops. I have the utmost admiration for all armed services
who endured the enemy, malaria,and every other disease that were thrown at
them, I am proud to have known many older civilian Australians who served
as Coast Watchers, and to have enjoyed the warmth & friendship of the
native population who had so many atrocities done to them by the Japanese.
It's a pity the country today seems more of a hell hole than what it was
during WW 2.

Автор Ozark man (1 год)
the B-25s had .50s installed in their noses and later models a 75mm cannon
that along parafrags allowed them to wreak havoc

Автор 37Dionysos (11 месяцев)
Had an uncle in the "Air Apache" squadron called "Rough Raiders," flew in a
B-25, and a father's friend in a like unit. The latter said they used to
call up the Japanese just before arriving to bomb and tell them "We're
gonna kick your ass and there's nothing you can do about it." The Japanese
would reply, "Roosevelt eat shit! Roosevelt eat shit!"

Автор 大津太郎 (11 месяцев)
帝国海軍航空隊よ永遠なれ! 祖国は君たちの勇気を忘れることはない!

Автор Withab BJ (1 год)
Met a lot of your vets from the 3rd BG (13th and 89th BS) 5th AF USAAC.
I have a piece of metal from one of the A 20s that crash landed on Low
Wooded Island near Cooktown Australia. The veterans that flew it,/worked
on it also got pieces of that aircraft. Lest We Forget. 

Автор subslr ratcliff (1 год)
well done

Автор SassyHershsey SassyHershey (11 месяцев)
I wish the writers wouldn't put in their nonsense about what "man fells
like" they have no idea what a man feels like in 1943. Just the facts as
much as they can't lie. It's so annoying.

Автор Redoubt South (1 год)
The 5th AAF was amazing in the Pacific after Gen. Kenney took over. They
took B-25s, removed the bombardier nose equipment and loaded it with Ma
Deuces (50 cals) for strafing. They also rediscovered some old parafrag
bombs that allowed them to bomb at low altitudes while making strafing runs.

It's all quit a story for those into history.

Автор Jonno2summit (1 год)
@ Ozark man- Oh me too! I was looking at the film of the bombing, and
trying to match up individual bomb strikes to existing craters, but looks
like most of them are overgrown now. Thanks to Zenos we can investigate
this stuff and go to bed way too late. lol

(Youtube has been improved into the dirt like many other things online, so
I can't reply to comments directly. The Reply button never lights up.)

Автор Jack Inderbockz (1 год)
All on your own no RAAF chaps even mentioned.

Автор Andreas Aichner (1 год)
the jungle is being bombed there?

what?

all the poor animals die miserably - great performance!

typical American just ....

Автор ANDREW OLIVER SATCHELL (8 месяцев)
MY REGARDS

Автор yowwwwie (1 год)
My dad was in the Pacific, Commander Anti Aircraft Artillery from 1943 to
1946. I've been trying to trace his activities in the 161st army but many
of the films only focus on air and not ground troops. Do you have any films
showing the invasion of Lingayen Gulf-Luzon, Phillipines, Jan 9th, 1945?

Автор thedoubledog (10 месяцев)
WWII Bomber footage never fails to amaze. The tonnage it took to destroy
targets was amazing. Most bombs and bombing campaigns caused very little
damage. Was any enemy ship EVER sunk never mind hit by a B-17?
Skip-bombing and strafing were effective, though.

Автор chillchillpill (9 месяцев)
Terrific old-fashioned accents - "warn tharsand parnd barms are drarped".
Does anyone still talk like that? 

Автор cdnski12 (1 год)
Seems risky to use B-25 Aircraft to strafe Jap Airports. I guess the B-25's
had the range to carry out such activities. Seems like a lot of the bombs
hit the Jungle?

Автор Jonno2summit (1 год)
Thank you for posting these films. I'm able to get on google earth and find
lost airstrips and follow along with some of the footage. Wewak is still
riddled with bomb craters for anyone who wants to check it out on GE.

Автор Resolved White (1 год)
I like the part the talk of prayer, we must not forget to live for God and
Country. My dad was a gunner on the B-17 , my next door neighbor growing up
was the top gunner on the B-25 in the Pacific, he talked how the japs cut
off heads and rolled them down the hill to his camp at night. I love to
say, IN GOD WE TRUST, ONE NATION UNDER GOD, GOD BLESS AMERICA. We need to
repent as a nation or we can lose our nation.

Автор LesPaulExpress (1 год)
LOVE IT! Smash and grab. Tree-hopping with B-25s is so cool.

Автор Gregg Heilman (1 год)
My father was stationed at Hickam Army Air Corp Base. The US ARMY AIR CORP
LOST MEN AND PLANES before Japanese even reached Pearl Harbor and the Navy.
My father lost two friends within seconds of the FIRST PLANES coming over
their Air Field. The Japanese planned to destroy the Army Air Corp before
going after the Navy. Yet December 7 is forever Pearl Harbor Day, how about
the USAAC men who died before anything was dropped in Pearl Harbor?

Автор aczjbr (11 месяцев)
historical film and very good

Автор Gina Wilson (1 год)
and full of inaccuracies. The footage is good ..turn down the sound and use
academic references for the facts. 

Автор Adam Mangler (1 год)
The music is interesting - mostly a mixture of Beethoven's Ninth and Mars
from Holtz' Planet suite - Mars.
Cheers.

Автор Adam Mangler (1 год)
These clips are rare and awesome! Thanks so much for posting!

Автор Gregg Heilman (1 год)
Here is another You Tube it tells how the 11 TH BGH at Hickam Field was
in WORLD WAR TWO from the first seconds to the last minute. The ONLY AIR
CORP FORCE UNIT TO do so. There wasn't even an Eighth Air Force yet, it
would months later and the 11 TH was already in the Pacific fighting and
dying for you and me.

http://youtu.be/GUFR7ISIITA

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