United States Navy's radioman, George Tweed is rescued and U.S. destroyer crew in Guam.
Guam Date:1944, July 10 Duration:3 min 25 sec Sound:Yes
Film titled, 'Return to Guam'. Map shows location of Guam in the Pacific Ocean. Japanese installations on the island are shelled by American destroyer (DD). Light flashes are noticed on a peak of a nearby hill on the island. Sailors aboard the DD look through binoculars. A reply signal is sent form the DD. Sailors board a boat and head cautiously toward the island. A white man swims toward the boat. He is taken aboard. The rescued man was found to be a radioman of the United States Navy (USN), named George Tweed who was hiding on the island for the past 31 months. George Tweed eats food with the Destroyer crew after being rescued. Destroyers underway in the Pacific. View of the American naval fleet underway in the Pacific. View of cannons and crew aboard an allied vessel. Crewmen pile up heavy 14inch shells and 40mm ammunition on the deck of the warship.
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