B-29 WWII Bombers Using Radar for the 1st Time: War Impact

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Target Invisible dramatizes a bombing mission over Japan to illustrate how radar helped the United States defeat the Japanese in World War II. Using a deftly assembled mixture of actual WWII footage and produced drama, the film details radar in action. It shows the radar operator on a B-29 bomber (the most famous WWII plane) using his equipment to navigate, spot enemy planes, and zero in on the ground targets of the plane’s bombs. Target Invisible is an eye opening look at WWII Air Force operations and the technology they employed.