Guam Date:1945 Duration:2 min 14 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Beach scene at Tumon Bay, Guam in 1945, at end of World War 2 . Bathers and some small boats in water of a bay. Sand beach covered with palm trees and other semitropical flora. People seated on the sands. Water of the bay and promenatory of land in background. Different sequence, showing three U.S. Landing Craft Support, Large, LCS (L) clustered together at anchor in a bay, with buildings on shore in background. The mast of a U.S.warship. A U.S. Army Air Forces B-29 bomber in flight overhead. It displays tail code of solid black square with "M" inside, identifying it as belonging to the 20th Air Force, 314th Bomb Wing, 19th Bomb Group, based at Anderson Air Force Base, Guam. Camera focuses on the bomber as it passes overhead. Sailors speed into the bay, aboard a motor boat. The B-29 circles directly overhead, passing the American flag displayed on the main mast of a warship. The B-29 appears to be descending to land at the airbase.
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