LSTs are unloaded after they arrive at a beach in the European Theater.
European Theater Date:1944 Duration:6 min 4 sec Sound:Yes
A training film on loading and employment of LSTs (Landing Ship Tanks) in the United States and their unloading in the European Theater. Officers aboard an LST underway at sea. One officer looking through binoculars. Ships of the transport group underway. Assault troops being loaded on LCVPs (Landing Craft Vehicle Personnel). They are carried to the assigned LSTs. The LSTs receive them aboard and they are checked by the Ship's Officer. Men aboard an LST. The LSTs heading for an assault area. Troops, vehicles and ammunition aboard. The troops fire anti aircraft guns from a ship. Smoke rises from firing. Several airplanes in flight overhead. Guns are fired from a ship. The LSTs arriving at the shore in the European Theater. Bow doors are opened and unloading activities start. Tanks, trucks, LVTs ( Landing Vehicle Tracked ), bulldozers and other vehicles are unloaded. The LSTs are emptied. The bulldozers are taken out first so that they can make way for other vehicles when they proceed in the area. Tanks and other vehicles are unloaded after the bulldozers. Vehicles proceed on the beach.
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