Category: Marines

Combat Life Saver: How To Save Lives Like A Marine

Marines participate in Combat Lifesaver Course (CLS) at Okinawa, Japan to learn basic casualty and combat care as well as deliver aid to wounded service members in combat situations. They perform various medical procedures on themselves and dummies.


Visit Board Search & Seize Training

U.S. Marines perform hook and climb training aboard USNS 1st LT Jack Lummus (T-AK 3011) as part of Visit Board Search and Seize training (VBSS), while British Royal Marines execute special insertion and VBSS training aboard the submarine tender USS Frank Cable.


With the Marines at Tarawa

“1944” Documentary short film depicting the harrowing battle between the U.S. Marines and the Japanese for control of the Pacific island of Tarawa.


Korean War in Color

“2001” The Inchon Invasion The rise and fall of Seoul The Naktong river campaign Winter at the Choisin reservoir. The 1st Marine Division in action Flame throwers in action Bombing raid on a North Korean industrial complex Prisoners of war being captured Amphibious attack behind enemy lines.


Amphibious Ready Group Ships

Watch footage of Marine Corps amphibious vehicles such as LPDs, LHDs, and LHAs. These warships are crafted to help Marines in Operational Maneuver from the Sea and Ship to Objective. The ships are equipped with the capabilities to sail into danger and allow for rapid combat power buildup against adversaries.


Utah Test And Training Range

The video gives a detailed look at Utah Test and Training Range (UTTR). UTTR covers 2,675 square miles of ground space and over 19,000 square miles of airspace. The range provides representational tests in real-world environments for all branches of the military. Some tests include weapon capabilities, ground to air combat and air to air combat.


Marines Perform Fording Training

U.S. Marines along with the Marine Rotational Force drive vehicles through water in fording exercise.


Hell on Wheels

Historical record of the combat activities of the 2D armored division during World War II.


M1A1 Abrams Battle Tank Undergoes Cold Weather Training

In Norway, U.S. Marines run-through cold weather training as well as driving techniques in the M1 Assault Breacher Vehicle, M88A2 Armored Recovery Vehicle, and M1A1 Abrams Main Battle Tanks to develop their proficiently to work in mountainous and winter conditions.