USS Seahorse SS (304) submarine off the coast of Tori Shima in Japan during World War II. Periscope view of coastline of island. Shows half ship in air, other half in water.
Armorers work on P-47N Thunderbolts of the 464th Fighter Squadron, 507th Fighter Group, on Ie Shima Airfield, Ryukyu Islands, Japan. The unit was targeting Kyushu, Japan, near end of World War 2. Airmen near P-47s. Airman on the wing of a plane. Another walks nearby. Gun camera footage shot inflight and aerial views of return to Ie Shima, including the landing rollout.
United States Marine Corps in Senaga Shima, Okinawa, Japan. A United States Marine Corps interpreter talks to Japanese Prisoner of War. Marines search through the rubble with the help of a native. Smoke rises from behind the trees.
United States Marine Corps in Senaga Shima, Okinawa, Japan. A United States Marine Corps interpreter talks to Japanese Prisoner of War. Prisoner seated in a field. Some more prisoners brought in a jeep. Marines talk to them. A Japanese flame thrower throws flame in a cave. He along with Marines climbs up a hill.
Allied invasion of Okinawa, Japan during World War. LCI (Landing Craft Infantry) stands by in transport area. A man at a 40 mm antiaircraft gun. Men wearing life jackets at the gun. They train and point the gun. Shells explode at the coast of Geruma Shima.
Allied invasion of Okinawa, Japan during World War. LVT (Landing Vehicle Tracked) approach an anchored LST (Landing ship Tank). LVT enters a LST. Line of LST underway. Coast of Geruma Shima strafed by aerial bombings. LVT exit from the tank deck of a LST. Allied troops in a landing craft approach the beach. Soldiers move on the beach after landing.