Landing boats underway at sea move in a group to form wave near a rendezvous area in the United States.
United States USA Date:1944 Duration:4 min 59 sec Sound:Yes
A training film on movement and tactics of landing boats in the United States. The rendezvous area. Aerial view of the boats underway at sea. Flags atop flag poles on the boats. The flags are used to give signals. The rendezvous area is protected by support boats. Animation depicts the boats moving in the area. Waves are formed by the boats to complete the boat group. The boats underway at sea circling in the area. They get a signal from the control vessel to move. The boats move in a sequence. Signals to change the formations are given by the Wave Commander. Animation depicts the positions of the Wave Commander and the boats. A landing diagram distance reads 100 yards.
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