A USAF airmen explain and demonstrate handmade bamboo contraptions at the PACAF Jungle Survival School, Clark AFB, Philippines.
Luzon Island Philippines Date:1967, February 7 Duration:3 min 23 sec Sound:NO SOUND
An orientation film for United States Air Force personnel assigned to Southeast Asia. The PACAF (Pacific Air Forces) Jungle Survival School at Clark Air Force Base on Luzon Island, Philippines. USAF airmen cross over bamboo sticks tied together and laid out on the ground. AF personnel hear and watch as an airman explains about and demonstrates a hand made bamboo contraption. He removes and shows carved pointed spears made of bamboo. The face up pointed spears in a pit. An airman talks about another hand made contraption. A dog alongside the others as they watch and listen. Another airman demonstrates a third contraption. Carved pointed spears of bamboo tied together on the contraption, and a string attached to pull it. The personnel stand around a contraption with a door.
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