Canberra bomber strike
|Title||Canberra bomber strike|
|Object type||Actuality footage|
|Place made||Vietnam: Ninh Thuan Province, Phan Rang|
|Date made||5 September 1970|
|Physical description||16mm/colour (Ektachrome)/silent|
|Measurement||5 min 29 sec|
|Video||Download video 25.24 MB|
Operating from their base at Phan Rang, the Canberra crews of No 2 Squadron RAAF make daily strikes against enemy bunkers, tunnel complexes, trench lines and fortifications. Each aircraft drops six M117 750 lb bombs, a deadly 4,500 lbs of high explosive.
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