U.S. Navy LST-789 loads men and equipment and leaves Guam,Mariana Islands during World War II.
Guam Mariana Islands Date:1945, August 20 Duration:3 min 45 sec Sound:NO SOUND
U.S. Navy LST-789 at a beach in Guam, Mariana Islands during World War II. Two men aboard LST-789 (Landing Ship Tank) as they take mooring lined off pair of bitts. A soldier takes a lens and starts looking through light. The soldier cleans the lens. Two cameramen as one cleans a part of the lens and other types the data sheet. Two LSTs with their bows at the beach and cargo doors open. A 6X6 truck drives by in the foreground. The bow section of LST-789 and men rest on the ground in the foreground. Men come down the ramp into the LST carrying their cargo bags. Two men take mooring line off bitts aboard the LST and start to heave in line. The LST-789 backs away from the beach flanked by two LSTs in the background.
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