U.S. Marines with equipment and a landing craft on a beach in Iwo Jima, Japan.
Iwo Jima Date:1945 Duration:2 min 48 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Activities of United States Marine Corps in Iwo Jima, Japan during the Battle of Iwo Jima, World War II. A Landing Craft Tank (LCT) beaching. Three men retrieve a 50 gallon oil drum out of water. Gear unloaded on the beach. The bow section of a Landing Ship Tank (LST) on the beach. Men stand around the LST. Bulldozers come out of the LST. Mount Suribachi and the marines in the foreground. The LST pulls up on the beach. The bulldozers move down the beach. The marines carry on general activities at the beachhead. The marines and equipment on the beach. A man eats 'C' rations. A squad of marines move out. A Landing Vehicle Tracked (LVT) moves down a road followed by a half-track. A squad of marines starts to move out. The marines sleep in sandbag emplacements. A truck half-track moves out. LSTs in the background. Tin cans in a shell crater. Two marines on the top of a small hill with a walkie-talkie. The bulldozers move equipment around on the beach.
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