(generated by you+AI)
Inside a damaged WWII American flying fortress with a half-destroyed wing and internal fires. Visible should be crew members, wearing standard airmen attire, visibly panicking amidst the chaos.
Inside the battered American WWII flying fortress, the damage was almost inconceivable—the starboard side savagely ripped away, fires devouring what remains. Panic was rampant among the crew.
In the pandemonium, focus on Lt. Saunders, unshaven with sharp eyes, aged well beyond his years, his torn uniform sporting bloody badges of honor as he treats injured crewmen.
Amidst the turbulence, Lt. Saunders, the grizzled plane medic, was moving between injured men, doing what he could amid the chaos. Every fleeting moment left no room for fear as his shredded uniform bore the marks of the ordeal.
Spotlight Johnson, younger with short auburn hair, clinging onto the control sticks. Sweat and soot marking his desperate face as the the diving plane chaos becomes subtly more controlled.
Catastrophe accelerated as the plane began to nose-dive. Despite the spiraling panic, aircraft engineer Johnson clung to the control sticks managing to manually engage the emergency stabilizers, offering some semblance of control back to the aircraft.