Allied Amphibious Task Force underway and landings on Omaha Beach, Normandy, France, in World War II
Normandy France Date:1944, June 6 Duration:2 min 51 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Various ships in an Allied Amphibious Task Force underway for the invasion of France during World War 2. Among those seen are Transports and Large Landing Craft Infantry LCI(L)s. U.S. troops aboard an LCI(L) approaching Omaha Beach (Fox Green or Easy Red Beaches). Several LCI(L)s driven right up to the beach and troops on the beach along with tanks and vehicles. (This is a later wave of the invasion. The tide is higher, and there is no evident enemy fire.) Higgins boat number 15 from APA-26 (USS Samuel Chase) is seen approaching the beach. View from Transport ship of troops descending rope net into landing craft.
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