United States Marines stack shells and fire a howitzer at Japanese positions in Guam, Mariana Islands during World War II.
Guam Mariana Islands Date:1944, July 21 Duration:2 min 38 sec Sound:NO SOUND
United States Marines in Guam, Mariana Islands during World War II. The Marines set up a bumper log for a pack howitzer. One of the Marine digs in for the bumper log. The carriage of a 75 mm howitzer on the ground. The muzzle of the howitzer as it is fired. The Marines in the foreground with ear phones on. A Marine unloads crated 75 mm shells off DUKWs (Amphibious vehicles). They stack the shells.
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