Combined operations of: U.S. Army, Air Force, and Navy, during Inchon Landing, in the Korean War
United States USA Date:1950, September 15 Duration:1 min 25 sec Sound:Yes
A B-52 strategic bomber take off. A flight of B-52s in formation. Higgins boat landing craft motoring toward shore in the amphibious assault and landing at Inchon, during the Korean War. A U.S. Landing Craft Tank (Rocket), LCT(R), firing rockets at shore during the assault. Wider view of the assault with rockets being fired and smoke obscuring much of scene.General of the Army Douglas MacArthur, Commander-in-Chief, Far East Command, is seen seated aboard the USS Mount McKinley (AGC-7) during the Inchon landings, September 15,1950. Behind him is Rear Admiral James H. Doyle, U.S. Navy, Commander of Task Force 90 and Major General Edward M. Almond, U.S. Army, Commander, Tenth Corps (looking through binoculars). More scenes of the amphibious landing including view of Landing vehicle Tracked (LVT) in the surf. Infantrymen clambering ashore. An M4 Sherman tank in action. Smoke and fire. North Korean soldiers surrendering with white flags and taken captive as prisoners of war. American tanks passing through captured North Vietnamese town.
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