Now Showing daily through the 27th in the Camp Gordon Johnston WWII Museum Movie Theatre!
Red Blood, Black Sand
Proclaimed best documentary of World War II by the Washington Post.
In this hour and a half hour production the Marines tell their own story about the hellish 36
days it took to capture this island fortress of death. Eight sq. miles of volcanic landscape and
Japanese forces gave the United States Marines the toughest battle in their 170 year history.
Rare combat color footage helps tell more….Iwo Jima
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