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sfreund61
Re: Red One LVTs
Fri Sep 14, 2018 14:27
2605:6000:1711:c3cf:c51b:86cf:3a9:cac2

A few screen shots from the films I have of the landings

http://scottfreundracing.com/images/Tarawa_landing_14.jpg

http://scottfreundracing.com/images/Tarawa_landing_13.jpg

http://scottfreundracing.com/images/Tarawa_landing_12.jpg

http://scottfreundracing.com/images/Tarawa_landing_11.jpg

http://scottfreundracing.com/images/Tarawa_landing_10.jpg

http://scottfreundracing.com/images/Tarawa_landing_9.jpg

http://scottfreundracing.com/images/Tarawa_landing_8.jpg

http://scottfreundracing.com/images/Tarawa_landing_7.jpg

http://scottfreundracing.com/images/Tarawa_landing_6.jpg

http://scottfreundracing.com/images/Tarawa_landing_5.jpg

http://scottfreundracing.com/images/Tarawa_landing_4.jpg

http://scottfreundracing.com/images/Tarawa_landing_3.jpg

http://scottfreundracing.com/images/Tarawa_landing_2.jpg




  • Re: Red One LVTsTom Godwin, Wed Sep 12 23:28
    Cohesion would have been important but however they lined up in the waves, it appears that things went astray fast for E Co 2/2 and much of 3/2. E Co 2nd platoon's tracs were all separated. One ended ... more
    • Re: Red One LVTs — sfreund61, Fri Sep 14 14:27
      • Re: Screen shotsTom Godwin, Sat Sep 15 12:43
        Thanks Scott, I had been looking at the lineups where LVTs appear to be following one after the other going to the LOD. Once ordered to move in, I understood they basically made a right turn and then ... more
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