The USS Argonaut at a pier in Pearl Harbor after returning from the Makin Raid in World War II
Pearl Harbor Hawaii USA Date:1942, August 26 Duration:3 min 15 sec Sound:NO SOUND
The USS Argonaut (SS-166) docked at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, after returning from the famous Makin Raid, by "Carlson's Raiders" of the 2nd U.S. Marine Raider Battalion, in World War 2. View from the pier of Major James Roosevelt, USMCR, Executive Officer, of the 2nd Raider Battalion (the President's son). He stands on the boat's bridge next to Lieutenant Commander John R. Pierce, USN, Commanding Officer of the Argonaut. Several sailors and another Navy officer are also present. The next scene shows U.S. Marine members, of the 2nd Raider Battalion, leaving the Argonaut and proceeding along the pier. Some of the Raiders shake hands and converse. They gather their gear from the boat deck. Sequence ends with many more Raiders leaving the boat.
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