A woman in a tank at Aberdeen Proving Grounds, Maryland. Women working on various machines. A woman working at sewing machine. A woman notes on a pad. Women works on a machine. Women working on bombs. Stock of bombs in background. Women in dungarees repair rifles. Women practice with rifles. Women test fires. A woman operates a machine gun. An anti-aircraft gun fires. A woman puts fingers in her ears. A woman drives a tractor. Woman taking bombs near anti-aircraft gun. Fire by an anti-aircraft gun. A woman operates a tank. A woman with bombs in her hands.
U.S. soldiers demonstrate decontamination of a combat tank at Aberdeen Proving Grounds in Maryland. A tank moves on. Two soldiers decontaminate the vehicle using a spray. One soldier stands on the tank and decontaminates it. Under carriages heavily encrusted with mud. Two soldiers spreading lime on the ground. A tanker passes through the lime mud slurry. Two soldiers spraying a tank with high pressure water to remove mud from the under carriages. Now they spray the tanks with lime. A water tanker arrives. An aircraft passes over at a low height. A heavy smoke screen in the background. Soldiers wearing cellophane cover.
U.S. soldiers train for decontamination of combat vehicles at Aberdeen Proving Grounds in Maryland. Soldiers during a decontamination procedure with real mustard gas. The soldiers in armored vehicles. A group of soldiers prepares for the decontamination. An aircraft flying at low height. A stationary U.S. Army Pershing tank. Two soldiers in a jeep. Soldiers wearing gas masks decontaminate a vehicle. Victims of a mustard gas shoot in France during World War II. Medics treat the victims in a field hospital. The victims with persistent gas burns.
U.S. soldiers demonstrate chemical warfare and decontamination at Aberdeen Proving Grounds in Maryland. An aircraft generates a heavy smoke screen . Another aircraft sprays the smoked area with a chemical. Soldiers on a half track put on cellophane cover and masks. They then attack the aircraft. The cellophane and the combat vehicles are heavily contaminated by the chemical. The soldiers remove the cellophane cover and throw them out. Soldiers take on decontamination procedures.
'Women at war' Women test tanks at Aberdeen Proving Grounds in Aberdeen, Maryland. Women manufacture war equipment like shells at a war plant. They pile up shells. Machine guns and rifles fired by women during a test. A 19mm anti aircraft gun tested at the proving grounds. A woman drives a tractor and women work on a tank.
Women Ordinance Workers (WOW) fire heavy machine guns in Aberdeen proving ground, MD, USA. Explosions on the ground. West point cadets visit Aberdeen proving ground. Small rocket launcher demonstrated for the west point cadets.