Enlisted natives load supplies from amphibious vehicles to trucks during Philippine invasion of Lingayen Gulf.
Philippines Date:1945 Duration:1 min 57 sec Sound:NO SOUND
United States soldiers advance during Philippine invasion of Lingayen Gulf in World War II. A soldier sitting at a camp watches with binoculars. A U.S. Army Landing Ship Tank (LST) stationed near a beach. Soldiers in amphibious vehicles. The men wade towards the beach in shoulder high water. The LST approaches a beach. Other navy boats and ship follow behind. Military vehicles and equipment offloaded from amphibious boats into trucks by enlisted native men. U.S. soldiers with their rifles watch the loading. Amphibious vehicles are driven on the sandy beaches.
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