U.S. Marines and LVTAs fire guns during a beach assault on the White Beach, Boracay during the Vietnam War.
Boracay Philippines Date:1961, November 16 Duration:1 min 46 sec Sound:NO SOUND
U.S. Marines fire machine guns during a beach assault training on the White Beach, Boracay, Philippines, during the Vietnam War. The marines fire machine guns at the beach area during the assault training exercise. The marines run parallel to the beach. A landing craft on the beach. A jeep moves from the landing craft onto the beach area. LVTAs (Landing Vehicles, Tracked, Armored) lined up on the beach. An LCM (Landing Craft, Mechanized) on the beach. An M50 Ontos tank coxswain in one of the landing craft. LVTAs fire from the beach. The marines disembark from an LCVP alongside USS Bayfield (APA-33). The marines climb up a cargo net to board USS Bayfield. Crewmembers of USS Bayfield pull in the cargo net to make it tighter for the marines. The crew rolls up the cargo net. A Marine 2nd Lieutenant on the deck of USS Bayfield.
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