BRITISH EASTERN FLEET AIR ATTACK ON SIGLI. 18 SEPTEMBER 1944, FROM ATTACKING AIRCRAFT OF HMS VICTORIOUS, DURING A RAID BY CARRIER-BORNE BARRACUDAS, ESCORTED BY CHANCE-VOUGHT CORSAIR AND HELLCAT FIGHTERS, OF THE BRITISH EASTERN FLEET ON THE JAPANESE RAILWAY REPAIR AND MAINTENANCE CENTRE AT SIGLI, IN SUMATRA.

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Barracudas crossing the coast of Sumatra on their way to the target area.

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