Wounded U.S. soldiers being treated at aid stations and evacuation centers on Islands in the Pacific during World War II.
Pacific Theater Date:1945 Duration:3 min 1 sec Sound:Yes
U.S. soldiers land on an enemy island and being wounded in action during a Pacific campaign of World War II. Evacuation center of U.S. army shows an ambulance backing up and wounded soldiers being brought on litters. Landing craft on beach wait to transfer wounded soldiers on transport. Wounded soldiers lie on stretchers. LCMs (Landing Craft, Mechanized) loaded with wounded soldiers head for ships at anchor. Blood stains on faces of wounded soldiers. Wounded soldiers being treated aboard hospital ships. Red Cross drugs and medicines being unloaded from ships at a beach. Fresh water containers are unloaded. Battalion aid center set up half way towards the front. Wounded soldiers arrive on foot and stretchers. Identification Tag of wounded soldier. Faces of soldiers being hit in action.
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