Members of U.S. Merrill's Marauders fire Browning Automatic Rifles and rifle grenades in Burmese jungle during World War II.
Burma Date:1944, April 30 Duration:2 min 11 sec Sound:NO SOUND
U.S. Army's 5307th Composite Unit nicknamed Merrill's Marauders battle enemy in Burma during World War II. A 60mm mortar is fired from clearing. In a trench 30 yards from the enemy, a few soldiers fire BARs (Browning Automatic Rifles) and rifle grenades. Soldier fires carbine, then snaps his fingers and points. Soldiers look at Japanese saber, ammunition, and other articles.
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