U.S. Marines unload their tanks and supplies from a landing craft and are greeted by tribes at a beach of the Pacific Ocean.
Pacific Ocean Date:1942 Duration:2 min 54 sec Sound:Yes
U.S. Marines battle the Japanese in the Pacific Ocean during World War II. U.S. Marines train in the United States. They practice invasion tactics. The marines climb down a cargo net and get into a lading craft. They set up an operation post in the Pacific. Explosion in water. The marines get off from landing crafts at a beach. They unload tanks from a landing craft. An explosion at the beach and tanks move on the beach. The marines advance towards the beach. Anti aircraft guns mounted on the decks of navy ships underway. U.S. Marines seated on a deck. The marines in a landing craft underway. The U.S. flag on the landing craft. The marines walk forward. The marines along with U.S. Navy Admiral Richard Byrd are greeted by tribes. They marines unload supplies and use modern techniques. Trucks and jeeps loaded with supplies drive through mud.
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