U.S. Marines study the landing operations for Yokosuka Naval Base and occupy it in Japan.
Yokosuka Japan Date:1945, September 12 Duration:3 min 28 sec Sound:NO SOUND
U.S. Marines in Yokosuka, Japan after World War II. U.S. Marines abroad a transport ship study the landing operations for Yokosuka Naval Base. Mountains in the background. A view of the shore of Japan. A ship underway in the background. A Landing Craft Vehicle, Personnel (LCVP) loaded with marines hits a seaplane landing ramp at Yokosuka Naval Base. They get off from the LCVP and occupy the naval base. Hangars adjacent to Atsugi Airfield. Wreckage at the base. Wrecked Japanese aircraft. U.S. Marines enter the hangar. Damaged hangars, wrecked planes and navy yard as well as parts of the airfield in the background. U.S. Navy Fleet Admiral Chester W. Nimitz, U.S. Navy Fleet Admiral William Frederick Halsey, Jr. and their staff stand in a group.
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