A training film on operations of U.S. forces on Kwajalein Atoll in the Marshall Islands during World War II. Wrecked guns and shells on the island. Burlesque and Camouflage Islands shown on a map. There are two principal factors of the plan of execution of Carillon Island. The seizure of weakly defended islands and the use of three islands for emplacement of artillery to support principal landings. This is depicted with the help of animation. Heavy gun fire and aerial bombardment on all the principle islands. Coordination between land, naval and aerial forces helped in the accomplishment of objectives. A map of Carillon Atoll. A map of the Marshall Islands. Major benefits of Flintlock Operations and how it was effective in achieving victory are explained.
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