Target-Invisible was an 1945 short produced by the First Motion Picture Unit. It follows a (fictional) squadron of bombers from their base in the Marianas through their mission over Tokyo. Particular emphasis is given on the use of radar, and how it was instrumental in winning the war. At the end of the short, an announcer tells the audience that, while the war is over, Americans can now help win the peace sponsoring science through buying bonds.
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