Lieutenant Colonel James Doolittle of the United States 12th Air Force and staff at their headquarters in North Africa.
North Africa Date:1942, November Duration:1 min 58 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Allied soldiers in North Africa. Soldiers look at a poster of the 'Legion Tricolore.' A convoy of military trucks bearing American troops drives along narrow streets and dirt roads. Soldiers march on road alongside the trucks. Locals pose with the soldiers. Military tanks move along on a road. Soldiers talk as one takes notes. A flag on a pole. Sign on building reads: 'HQ 12TH AF'. Lieutenant Colonel James Doolittle, Commanding General of the United States 12th Air Force and staff look at a map. An officer smokes a pipe. A group of altar boys by the road. Local children nearby. Troops march on the streets.
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