crckerjak33: North American B-2 S? Never heard of it in world war 2. The only B-2 I know of is the spirit
RyanSmith: Original caption reads:
>Japanese destroyer Amatsukaze under attack by North American B-2’s S of the Air Apaches Group near Amoy, China, on April 6, 1945. As the victim keels over, panicked Japanese sprawl over its sides, cling to wreckage and bob in the sea. U.S. Army Signal Corps Photograph. Courtesy of the Library of Congress.
But /u/Mrprocrastinaut [points out](https://www.reddit.com/r/warshipsnuffporn/comments/8cx588/japanese_destroyer_amatsukaze_under_attack_by/?submit_url=https%3A%2F%2Fc1.staticflickr.com%2F3%2F2936%2F33859183736_afbda8a2f2_o.jpg&already_submitted=true&submit_title=) this isn’t the Amatsukaze.
HurdyGurdy9: B-2? Nah
cmhbob: More than likely a [B-25G/H](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/North_American_B-25_Mitchell#Variants) model, with the heavy cannon.
wickedcricket666: Is that a torpedo heading towards that wreckage?