United States Marines land at Iwo Jima, Japan and advance inland during World War II.
Iwo Jima Date:1945, February 14 Duration:2 min 42 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Invasion of Iwo Jima, Japan by United States during World War II. LCPs (Landing Crafts Personnel) and LCMs (Landing Crafts Mechanized) head towards the Iwo Jima coast. Mount Suribachi and LVT (Landing Vehicle Tracked) in the foreground. Explosions occur on the coast. A Japanese bomber dives as explosions occur at the coast. LCVP (Landing Craft Vehicle Personnel) loaded with Marines heads towards the coast. Wreckage of an aircraft on the beach of Iwo Jima. LCVP loaded with Marines head for the beach. Marines advance up the side of the beachhead. Marines advance across volcanic ash. A Marine bent on knee on a hill and other men in the background as he digs. Four Marines advance over a shell crater. Two LCMs and a LCP tied alongside each other. A jeep aboard a LCVP which comes along side a transport ship. Jeep aboard an LCVP underway at sea. Marines on the deck of a transport ship as they prepare to go ashore. Equipment on the deck of the transport ship. Assault force underway at sea.
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