General Allen hosts visiting Latin American military officers at Fort Sill Oklahoma. They observe as U.S. Army Soldiers fire 155mm howitzers. General Allen and other senior officers watch the firing through binoculars. General Allen shakes hands and exchanges salutes with each of the visiting officers as they prepare to depart after the visit.
U.S. Army Soldiers load a 155mm howitzer. Visiting Latin American officers from Chile, Columbia and Brazil, and several other nations, each take turns giving command for firing the 155mm howitzer, while the others watch. Afterwards, the visiting officers gather around U.S. Army Brigadier General Allen as he describes the gun and points out its features. The battery continues firing several rounds, which are seen exploding in the target field.
Officers training at artillery school in the United States. View of the Fort Sill Field artillery school, Oklahoma. Officers look through binoculars during their gunnery training class. They learn service and firing techniques on field. They learn techniques of rocket bombardment. They learn to fly aircraft and phenomenon of meteorology. They release weather balloons. At Fort Scott, Kansas, officers load coastal guns and are trained about destroying sea borne assets. At Fort Bliss, Texas, officers learn antiaircraft techniques. Long range rocket is launched at the White Sands Proving Grounds.
10,000 soldiers of United States 45th Infantry Division load their baggage into military trucks and bid good bye as they leave Fort Sill in Oklahoma. Troops move in trucks over a bridge as a plane flies overhead. People turn out in large numbers on streets to welcome the troops at their new headquarters in Abilene in Texas. Soldiers move to their tents.
Salvage operations for U.S. Navy USS Oklahoma (BB-37) in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii during World War II. Salvage holds in overturned hull of U.S. Navy USS Oklahoma (BB-37). A diver wearing mask goes under compartment. Men work on hull of USS Oklahoma. Gasoline drums are hoisted by a crane. Men work on hull of USS Oklahoma.
United States Army troops fuel Redstone Missile prior to launch from White Sands, New Mexico. View of Redstone Missile, gantry crane and army trucks at White Sands Missile Range. United States 209th Artillery Group (Redstone) from Fort Sill, fuel Redstone missile with hoses from fueling trucks. Troops stand next to base of Redstone Missile.