Amphibious operation by U.S. Army 16th Infantry Regiment troops on Eniwetok Atoll in Marshall islands during World War 2. U.S. soldiers hunkered down on steep rocky shore of Eniwetok during the assault. An M4A2 Sherman tank of the U.S. Marines 2d Separate Tank Company, with triangle 1 marking is parked nearby. A Landing Vehicle Tracked (LVT)( hits the beach. An LCV (Landing Craft, Vehicle) approaches the beach and ramp being lowered. An M-7 Priest self-propelled gun exits the LCV. An M4 Sherman tank with diamond 3 marking moves inland. Uprooted palm trees in the foreground. Soldiers relax on the beach. U.S. officers hold a chart as they discuss and plan. Glimpse of an aircraft in flight overhead.
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