U.S. 1st Cavalry Division soldiers move to invade Los Negros in the South West Pacific during World War II.
Pacific Theater Date:1945 Duration:3 min 26 sec Sound:Yes
An orientation film about the American campaign against the Japanese in the South West Pacific during World War II. A U.S. Army intelligence officer reads a document as he studies American strategy to attack Japanese positions on the Admiralty Island in the South West Pacific. An officer at a map of Los Negros. Aerial views of the island. An aircraft lands on sea and soldiers in rubber rafts move towards the island. Soldiers reconnoiter the island. An officer at a map and he makes a phone call to confirm the strategy to be followed for the attack in the South West Pacific. Nearly 800 soldiers of 1st Cavalry Division assemble for the attack. They embark onto Higgins boat at a beach and pull away. The soldiers get aboard a ship at sea. A convoy of U.S. ships underway to invade Los Negros. Officers aboard the ship confer. Naval guns being fired at the coast of Los Negros. Aircraft in flight as they provide an aerial cover. The soldiers get into landing crafts from a ship. The aircraft in flight.
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