War supplies transported by the U.S. Army and the U.S. soldiers land in islands in the Pacific Theater during World War II.
Pacific Theater Date:1944 Duration:3 min 23 sec Sound:Yes
War equipment and supplies transported to different parts by the U.S. Army in the Pacific Theater during World War II. Animation of a map depicts the routes taken by the ships to supply war equipment in different parts of the world. Men load supplies on donkeys. The donkeys loaded with supplies walk through rocky terrain. An aircraft loaded with supplies in flight. A warship in the Atlantic Ocean. A soldier observes through a binoculars. An aircraft in flight overhead the ship drops bombs. Explosions in water as bombs are dropped. A convoy of ships. American soldiers land in England. The soldiers disembark from the ships. A soldier carries supplies out of the ship. New Caledonia : Soldiers march out of a warship. The soldiers wave standing at the ship rail. Soldiers march holding flag of the United States. Flag of New Caledonia and the United States hanging out of a building. Iran : A stencil mark of USSR on a crate shows materials arrived from Soviet Union. Two soldiers greet and salute each other. Two soldiers standing in front of a vehicle talk. Egypt : Soldiers walk on a gangplank to unload supplies from a ship. Trucks parked. A train pulls past the trucks parked. A U.S. aircraft carrying cargo in flight. A U.S. aircraft stationed. Animation depicts the air routes of the U.S. Army air transport command. Men carry aircraft parts. Men stack crates. A U.S. aircraft drops supplies in isolated areas of New Guinea. Men look skywards as the aircraft drops supplies.
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