U.S. troops establishing a beachhead on Guam, Mariana Islands, during World War II
Guam Mariana Islands Date:1944, July Duration:2 min 45 sec Sound:NO SOUND
U.S. troops wading ashore on Guam, during Marianas campaign, in World War 2. Transport ships in far background. One soldier directing vehicular traffic in the surf, motions to a DUKW amphibious vehicle, carrying a load of troops, that drives past the camera. Troops carrying packs and weapons as they slog through shallow surf. Battle scarred shoreline of sand and palm trees. Vehicles moving through area as troops set up camp. More views of troops wading ashore, through deeper water (tide coming in). Line of amphibious vehicles (DUKWs) coming ashore. Contingent of U.S. troops wading in knee deep water. Some weapons covered in plastic for protection.
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