- Title: CF734
02:17:42 - 02:22:00
Enola Gay - 1945 (10mins) B-29 superfortress bomber that droped the first atomic comb. Interview with crew: Brigadier General Thomas F. Farrell, Captain William Sterling Parsons, Colonel Paul Tibbets of Miami, Commander Fredrick L. Ashworth, Major Tom Ferebee, Major Charles Sweeney, Captain Kermit Beahan, Captain Theodore J. Van Kirk
Soldiers and Air Corps stand in a semi-circle in front of the B-29. General Farrell speaks to camera about the atomic bomb project. Captain Parsons speaks to camera about the journey with the Enola Gay bomb. Colonel Tibbets speaks about his reactions to dropping the bomb and being surprised at just how big and destructive the explosion was.
02:22:00 - 02:27:08
Commander Ashworth speaks to camera about Nagasaki. Major Ferebee speaks about dropping the bomb on Hiroshima. Major Sweeney, pilot of the Great Artiste - the B-29 that dropped on Nagasaki speaking about the strategic targets. Captain Beahan speaks about the moment he dropped the bomb. Captain Van Kirk speaks about the effets of the bomb on the war. Good shot of Enola Gay and pan across the plane. CU Enola Gay written on the side of the plane.
- Keywords:USA, ATOM BOMB, NUCLEAR BOMB, ATOMIC BOMB, MASS DESTRUCTION, END OF WW2, WORLD WAR TWO, JAPAN
- Master Title:CF734