U.S. Marines fire guns and bombard Iwo Jima beach and Mount Suribachi in Japan.
Iwo Jima Date:1945 Duration:2 min 28 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Activities of United States Marine Corps near Iwo Jima, Japan during the Battle of Iwo Jima, World War II. Bow section of Landing Ship Tank (LST-761). A Landing Vehicle Tracked (LVT) pulls away. A pontoon causeway on the side of the LST. The marines aboard a landing craft. Smoke rises due to bombing of Iwo Jima and Mount Suriobachi. A heavy cruiser bombards the beach. The LVT underway towards the beach. Iwo Jima in the background. PC-578 Landing Craft underway at sea. A Landing Craft Vehicle Personnel (LCVP) alongside. The LVT heads towards the beach loaded with marines. A Task Force on the horizon. A Tennessee class battleship bombard the beach. LVTs in the foreground. A Landing Craft heads towards the beach area. The marines in the LCVP heading for the beach. Smoke comes from Mount Suribachi. A Landing Craft Infantry (LCI) in the foreground. Explosions at the beach area. A wrecked freighter in the foreground. Two Landing Craft Tanks (LCTs) advance up the beach.
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