1st Cavalry unit battling the Indians at the Little Big Horn and the amphibious attacks on Los Negros Island, United States.
United States USA Date:1946 Duration:4 min 13 sec Sound:Yes
A documentary titled 'Hell For Leather' shows combat activities of the U.S. 1st Cavalry Division during the war. Dramatization shows a 1st Cavalry soldier seated on a step and his son touches the insignia of the U.S. 1st Cavalry division on the uniform. The Cavalry unit battling the Indians at the Little Big Horn. The U.S. troops run an obstacle course. The troops undergo a combat training. They practice amphibious landings. Animated map shows the amphibious attacks on Los Negros Island in 1944. A ship underway and soldiers on the deck of the ship fire with a gun. The U.S. troops load a Landing Craft and it gets underway. They approach the shore and get off from the landing craft. The troops hold guns and advance in the wooded region. The troops firing and advancing. The wounded soldiers on a stretcher. The soldiers near an artillery fire. The soldiers firing artillery. The dead Japanese troops. The U.S. troops advance. U.S. General MacArthur praises a soldier. 'Bataan' written on the barrel of a gun.
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