U.S. soldiers disembark from landing crafts and run towards a beach for the D-Day invasion of France during World War II.
France Date:1944, June 6 Duration:2 min 41 sec Sound:NO SOUND
U.S. landing crafts hit a beach for the invasion of France (D-Day) during World War II. U.S. troops step off an LCVP (Landing Craft Vehicle Personnel) and climb onto the gangway of a ship. LCPs (Landing Crafts Personnel) anchored in the background. Soldiers move up a cargo net out of the LCVP. A destroyer of the Livermore Class in smooth seas. A U.S. officer speaks into a megaphone. An LCT (Landing Craft, Tank) underway. An LCVP-R (Landing Craft Vehicle Personnel - Ramp) and an LCVP underway. LCVPs head for the beach. They move up on the beach. U.S. soldiers exit the LCVPs and advance. The soldiers run out of an LCVP. Barbed wire strung across in the background. An LCI (Landing Craft Infantry) underway.
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