Amphibious invasion of Incheon, Korea by U.S. 1st Marine Division during the Korean War. A radar on the bridge of a U.S. ship. U.S. destroyer USS DeHaven (DD-727), Ships head for the beach of Incheon. The importance of securing a beachhead is explained. U.S. battleships fire at coastal targets. Smoke billows up from explosions. Landing crafts loaded with U.S. Mariens head for the beach. Amphibious vehicles loaded with troops are driven on the beach. The marines advance inland. Men of the North Korean People's Army surrender before U.S. Marines. U.S. Navy USS Mahoning County (Landing Ship, Tank-914) embarks units and equipment of 1st Marine Division on beaches.
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