United States soldiers tend to wounded personnel aboard ships during the invasion of Normandy.
Normandy France Date:1944, June Duration:2 min 59 sec Sound:NO SOUND
American patrol craft and many small boats in rough waters during the Invasion of Normandy. LCI-85, no weight on, listing to starboard. An American Attack Transport (APA) with a Landing Craft Utility (LCU) along its starboard quarter. LCI-492 moving at about 10 knots. Starboard beam view of a transport ship with smaller craft alongside. Troops aboard transport with packs on, ready for disembarkation. Soldiers administer first aid to a wounded man covered with a blanket on deck of transport. Transport at anchor, small gun boat speeds by in foreground. A Landing Craft Vehicle Personnel (LCVP) alongside ship. Soldiers on deck of camera ship look down over landing craft. Soldier on stern of a Landing Craft Infantry (LCI). Soldier on deck of LCI, letting go of lines, LCVP alongside. Soldiers on deck of the LCI, tending to a wounded soldier, LCVP alongside. A wounded soldier lying on deck, covered over with a blanket. Soldiers on LCI preparing to lift another wounded soldier from landing craft. A wounded soldier in landing craft, another lying on a stretcher in hold of landing craft. Wounded personnel on deck of camera ship. Wounded soldier on a stretcher, being lowered to main deck, from an upper deck. Blood and parts of the human body scattered around on deck. Small camera case covered with blood and fleshy parts of the human body. LCU loaded with troops heading for beach area. Other ships are scattered in background. LCU-199 loaded down with troops, heading for the beach.
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