U.S. soldiers shower in a cleverly designed hot water shower house in Korea.
Korea Date:1951 Duration:1 min 49 sec Sound:Yes
Soldiers take a shower in a make shift hot water shower room in Korea during the Korean War. Soldiers approach the shower cabin. Sign reads 'Macon Springs'. Soldiers stand with towels and clothes. They remove their clothing and helmet and put them in a make shift locker room. A soldier turns the knob and waits. Another soldier operates the power plant. The power plant consists of an airplane oil pump and military jeep. The soldier begins the jeep ignition. Water from a large puddle on the ground is pumped to the makeshift heater and through pipes into the shower. Soldier showers under the flowing water. Interior of the ingenious hot water shower room.
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