USS Nautilus (SS-168) arriving at Pearl Harbor with Lt. Col. Carlson and his Marine Raiders in World War II
Pearl Harbor Hawaii USA Date:1942, August 26 Duration:1 min 7 sec Sound:NO SOUND
View from a high point above, as the submarine, USS Nautilus, glides toward a wharf at Pearl Harbor,as it returns from the Makin Raid of World War 2. The wharf is crowded with a military honor guard, reception committee and host of well-wishers. Lieutenant Colonel Evans F. Carlson, USMC, Commander, Second Raider Battalion, and members of his unit are standing on deck. Scene shifts to post-docking, and Admiral Chester Nimitz is seen standing with Carlson's raiders on the deck, as other senior officers walk past Colonel Carlson, offering their congratulations on the success of the Makin Raid. Then as Admiral Nimitz speaks with Carlson, on of the senior officers shows him some Japanese war trophies the Raiders brought back with them. Nimitz holds a Samurai sword by the handle and discusses it with a young Raider officer standing next to him.
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