U.S. Marine Corps counter the Japanese trick of attack in jungle warfare in Pacific Theater during World War II.
Pacific Theater Date:1944 Duration:3 min 54 sec Sound:Yes
Reconstruction about deployment of U.S. Marine Corps on islands of Pacific and methods of communication used by them at night in jungle warfare during World War II. A group of Marines stand in bushes. One of them takes a compass reading to keep the direction. One Marine walks ahead. Group follows him. Japanese technique of attack depicts a Japanese soldier camouflaged with foliage and observes foxhole positions of U.S. Marines during daytime. Marines dig up fake foxholes and set up machine guns. Japanese soldier crawls at night towards a Marine foxhole and being attacked by a Marine. Explosions occur in jungle. Marines watch from a foxhole.
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