U.S. soldiers eat hot food for dinner and prepare for the night in Korea.
Korea Date:1951 Duration:5 min 30 sec Sound:Yes
U.S. soldiers eat hot food for dinner and prepare for the night in Korea during the Korean War. Soldiers approach a tent on a hill. Sign reads 'Kitchen'. Prepared food is packed into Marmite cans to keep it hot. South Koreans carry these cans to the front lines. Men with the cans on their backs, climb up barb wire bordered pathways. They reach the front line and help unpack the food. Soldiers heat the food and serve it out in plates. Mashed potato, fruit salad in plates. Soldiers fill mugs of coffee and juice. They sit and eat at dinner time. Hills with enemy positions. Soldiers sit nd wait for the night. A tank returns from no man's land at dusk. Soldiers prepare for the night. They raise roadblocks and barricades to seal off lines. Soldiers in position with their guns and artillery. A Turkish soldier patrols with his bayonet. Other UN soldiers including South Koreans ready with their rifles in trenches. Soldier smokes a cigarette. Soldiers run uphill and fire at night. Machine gun fire. Captain Carl Zimmerman talks about U.S. soldiers in various outposts the world over. He talks about the next episode of 'The Big Picture', a weekly U.S. Army television report.
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