3rd Army Division troops advance in Fort Lewis,Washington. The United States 3rd Army Division troops holding rifles march on field. Mountains in the background. Troops walk across the suspension bridge. Tanks and trucks cross bridge. Troops advance and fire artillery on field.
Barrage balloons being tested in the United States. Barrage balloons in flight. A motor being removed from a gondola and a basket being attached. Men get into the basket to study the tactics of observation from a captive balloon. A barrage balloon lifts off. Ground crew handles a steel cable. The 3rd Observation Balloon Squad learns the details of observation at Fort Lewis, Washington. An instructor trains recruits. A barrage balloon in flight at Fort Lewis. Goodyear barrage balloon comes out of a hangar at Wingfoot Lake, Ohio. Tail of a barrage balloon in flight. A barrage balloon being filled with helium. It takes off and in flight during a test.
The filming of 'To Hell and Back' at Fort Lewis in Washington State, United States. The movie crew, including Director Jesse Hibbs, on the grounds. Camera and crew mounted on a trolley as it moves across a field. Camera and crew mounted on a car. Soldiers of the 44th Infantry Division lined up on the field. U.S. Army First Lieutenant and actor Audie Murphy stands by while 2 soldiers put on their helmets. The crew films the scenes.
The film crew shoots a portion of the film 'To Hell and Back' at Fort Lewis in Washington, United States. Movie crew around a camera. Camera mounted on a car. Soldiers of the 44th Infantry Division march as the crew makes the film. U.S. Army First Lieutenant and actor Audie Murphy presented the Congressional Medal of Honor by an officer. Soldiers march as the crew shoots the film. Officers on review stand.
Army tanks advances through smoke screen and destroy old buildings with machine guns hidden in them in Fort Lewis, Washington. War tanks advance. Damaged old buildings. Rubble of the house scattered on ground.
United States Army trains mules for war at Fort Lewis in Washington. Soldiers of the 99th Field Artillery train horses. They carry artillery equipment on a mountain terrain. Cavalier soldiers on their mules run down steep hill. Some soldiers fall off their mules.