Amphibious operation by U.S. Marines and Army Troops at Eniwetok Atoll in Marshall islands during World War II. Film taken from onboard the attack transport USS Neville, APA-9. Starboard side view of the battleship USS Tennessee, BB-43, in measure 32/1d camouflage. Starboard side view of the heavy cruiser USS Indianapolis, CA-35, 1943 measure 21 camouflage. Port side view of the battleship USS Pennsylvania, BB-38, in measure 21 camouflage. Port side view of the battleship USS Tennessee, BB-43, in measure 32/1d camouflage. Stern view of hospital ship USS Solace, AH-5.
Smoke rises from the coast of the atoll from bombardment. Marines of the 22nd Marine Regiment on the deck of USS Neville preparing to board landing craft. LCV being lowered along side the ship into the sea. LCV (Landing Craft, Vehicle) loaded with troops pulls away. Landing Crafts Personnel underway as they circle. Other attack transport ships in the background. LVT (Landing Vehicle Tracked) comes up on a beach at Eniwetok Atoll.
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