USS Nautilus (SS-168) arriving back at Pearl Harbor with Carlson's Raiders, after their historic Makin Raid in World War II
Pearl Harbor Hawaii USA Date:1942, August 26 Duration:2 min 13 sec Sound:NO SOUND
A large military honor guard is drawn up in formation at the waterfront in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, to greet the USS Nautilus (SS-168) returning with U.S.marines of the 2nd Raider Battalion (Carlson's Raiders) following their Makin Raid in World War 2. Next, the Nautilus is seen approaching the wharf, with the Marine Raiders standing on the deck.The honor guard troops render a salute in unison, while sailors throw a line from the Nautilus. Scene shifts to behind the honor guard, as the Nautilus glides into position, with the Raiders on deck and its Naval ensign flying in the breeze. Panning view of Carlson's Raiders with their gear at their feet,on the deck. Closeups of some of the men, on the deck and as they walk off on a gangplank. Lieutenant Commander William H. Brockman, Jr., Commanding Officer of the Nautilus is seen in glimpses, on deck, behind the departing Raiders. Sailors carry a wounded Raider off the boat on a litter. Lieutenant Colonel Evans F. Carlson, USMC, Commander, Second Raider Battalion, converses with an officer wearing a pith helmet. Another wounded Raider is raised vertically through a hatch in the deck.
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