U.S. Marines land on an island and ships battle enemy during the Pacific campaign of World War II.
Pacific Ocean Date:1944 Duration:1 min 51 sec Sound:NO SOUND
U.S. ships battle enemy during the Pacific campaign of World War II. The battleships fire rockets in distant background during a night battle. A landing craft moves through water between the ships. Marines go down a net into a boat. LCVP (Landing Craft Vehicle Personnel) loaded with marines ready to leave the side of a ship. American flag flies from LCVP. A photographer in the boat as itheads for a beach. Camouflaged destroyer underway. Main battery on the ship fires guns. Twin 5 inch gun barrels fire. Shells strike near the shoreline. The landing craft heads for the beach during invasion. LSMR (Landing Ship Medium Rocket) fires rockets at the beach. The island partially obscured by smoke arising from rocket explosions. Camouflaged cruiser class ship fires. Explosions on beach of island. Destroyer fires. Three planes in flight over water. Marines look skyward. Formation of aircraft in the sky. Rockets and bombs explode in the beach area. Destroyer underway is firing guns. Landing crafts underway in all directions in water. LCVP underway. The photographer in a landing craft takes pictures. An LCVP hits the beach. Marines disembark from the landing craft. They move inland past debris and hide behind dunes. 155mm howitzer is fired. Dead body of a Japanese soldier.
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