U.S. Marines unload supplies and equipment at a beach in Iwo Jima,Japan during World War II.
Iwo Jima Date:1945, February 22 Duration:3 min 55 sec Sound:NO SOUND
United States Marines in Iwo Jima, Japan during World War II. A communication center on the beach. A Marine in a trench and another Marine types on a typewriter on the beach. Smoke rises from the shore as explosions occur. A truck on the beach and supply boxes on the ground. Supplies being unloaded from an LVT (Landing Vehicle Tracked). Marines milling about on the beach. Lose gear on the beach after being unloaded. A trailer tows a truck on the beach. Tanks being unloaded on the beach. LSTs (Landing Ship Tanks) and other vessels at the coast as supplies are being unloaded. A barge comes in at the shore. LCIs (Landing Craft Infantry) on the beach and wounded being carried on litters in the foreground.
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