After over three years of war, United States task forces under control of Admiral Spruance head to the island of Okinawa. On Easter Sunday, the last great battle of World War II begins as the American Marines storm the beaches. The land battle rages on for 83 days, despite the diminished Japanese forces. On the seas, Japan raises the art of suicide to a military tactic. On April 6th, 3,500 planes take off to their final destiny on this Earth. The entire Allied fleet readies for this ferocious attack and the Japanese pilots fly their planes into ships like the Bunker Hill, Enterprise, Nevada, Idaho, New Mexico and Tennessee. It would be the greatest threat the American Fleet had to endure during the entire war. Before the battle ends, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt dies as millions of people morn the leader’s death.