Marines establish beachhead on Roi-Namur, Marshall Islands during Pacific Campaign against Japanese in World War 2
Marshall Islands Date:1944, February 1 Duration:1 min 51 sec Sound:NO SOUND
U.S. 4th Division Marines assault Roi-Namur in Marshall Islands and establish beachhead. Ruins of building on Roi-Namur, Marshall Islands. Wreckage of Japanese G4M plane on airfield. Two marines walk around. Wing of fighter aircraft on airfield. Marines in beachhead area. American flag on coconut tree stub. Fire burns amid coconut trees. Marines in foxholes and taking cover in a ravine. Marines lie in sand under fire. Marines exit ravine and run across knoll during battle. Aircraft overhead. Red ball insignia on side of wrecked Japanese plane. Fire burn amid coconut trees. Marines carry boxes. Troops off load from LCVP (Landing Craft, Vehicle, Personnel). Black smoke rises from explosion. Marines on beachhead as supplies are landed. Beach control flags visible.
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