The training of the 1st Cavalry Division at Fort Riley in Kansas. A high altitude view of the area of Fort Riley. The mounted troops advancing.
Fort Riley, Kansas. Latin American officers observe practice firing of 37mm anti-tank guns including prototype vehicle mounted 37mms. U.S. Army Soldiers fire the guns positioned on the ground and then mounted on a Bantam jeep and M3A1 scout car. View of moving target and tracers. Lt. Aponte from Bolivia, Lt. Belfort and Lt. Stall from Brazil, as well as other visiting officers, take turns viewing through the gun telescope and giving firing orders.
Visiting Latin American military officers get hands-on experience with anti-tank gun at Fort Riley Kansas. U.S. Army Soldiers load 37mm anti-tank guns mounted on army jeep. Captain Gonzalo from Cuba, Lt. Nava Rotas from Mexico, Lt. Chavez from Peru take turns to adjust the gun, aim through the gun telescope and give the firing orders.
The 1st Cavalry Division at Fort Riley in Kansas. Mounted troops moving in formation on the ground. Armored cars moving. Two soldiers seated on horse back holds a U.S. flag and the flag of the division.
The 1st Cavalry Division at Fort Riley, Kansas. Mounted troops moving on the ground. Soldiers holding U.S. flag and the flag of their division. Other men standing in the background. Buildings in the background. United States Army Major General Terry Allen and USAF Major General James Millikin Bevans review the troops. Aircraft in flight overhead. The cavalry moving in formation. Bomb trailers drawn by mules moving.
The 1st Cavalry Division at Fort Riley, Kansas. Armored cars move in formation. A trailer mounted with guns being towed by the armored cars. The troop-carrying trucks move. Artillery being towed by the truck. Tanks moving on the ground. The soldiers aboard the armored cars, trucks and tanks. United States Army Major General Terry Allen and USAF Major General James Millikin Bevans review the troops.