Japanese soldiers use different techniques of attack at night against U.S. Marines during World War II, Pacific Theater.
Pacific Theater Date:1944 Duration:3 min 55 sec Sound:Yes
Deployment of U.S. Marine Corps on islands of Pacific and Japanese tricks of attack used against them during World War II. Re-enactment: Jungle warfare shows U.S. Marines with machine guns in foxhole at night. Japanese technique of attack shows U.S. Marines receive fake orders and being attacked by enemy. Another technique of attack as a U.S. Marine advance in jungle while second Marine gives him cover. Japanese soldier wearing an American helmet. Marine attacks Japanese soldier after hearing his footsteps. Dead Japanese soldier on ground. Japanese soldier slaps bamboo sticks together to simulate the sound of machine position. Marines fire machine guns from foxhole towards Japanese soldier camouflaged with foliage. Flares sent up in sky by Japanese soldiers. Japanese soldier acts as U.S. soldier and talks like one. Grenade explosion kills Japanese soldier. Marines counter the last Japanese trick.
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