U.S. Army Signal Corps communication material and equipment is produced and distributed in World War II.
Atlantic Ocean Date:1943 Duration:2 min 9 sec Sound:Yes
The role and contribution of the U.S. Army Signal Corps in combat and war, especially during World War 2. Workers organize and prepare signal communication material and equipment for transportation. Men transfer the items including wooden cartons, cables, signaling units in trolleys. Workers load the material into trucks. Shuttle ships in docks. Signal communication supplies for U.S. and Allied troops in the European Theater loaded onto the ships. The shuttle ships make their way under security in heavy seas. A Nazi U-boat wolf pack in the water during the early stages of World War II. torpedoes launched and U.S. ships are attacked bu the German submarines, smoke due to the explosions. U.S. sailors on board and jumping from burning ships into water.German wolfpack submarine fleet in a harbor. German Kriegsmarine sailors lower German Neger torpedo-carrying craft (sometimes called Human Torpedo) into the water. A U.S. B-25 bomber aircraft in flight locates a German submarine. The radio operator gives the exact location and the submarine is attacked. View from within cockpit as bomb sight is fixed on German submarine target. View of bomb doors open and bombs away from B-25 aircraft. Explosion in water is seen and the submarine is hit. Dramatized scene from inside of submarine as it is rocked by explosion and fills with water.
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