Assault troops of 27th Regiment, 25th Infantry Division build bridges over Han River, cross it and fire mortar in Korea.
Korea Date:1951, March 7 Duration:4 min 4 sec Sound:Yes
United States Combat activities during Korean War in South Korea. Assault troops of 25th Infantry Division cross Han River. Trucks go over snow. Troops of 27th Regiment eat food. Engineers build bridge over the river. Cranes and bulldozers remove mud from river shore. Troops cross river on boats. They have breakfast. A soldier receives call and command to fire mortar. Smoke on the hills. Soldiers load mortar and fire. Soldiers fire artillery. An officer sees through binocular. An airplane in flight. The UN troops observe Chinese gun emplacement. Troops walk on mountains. DUKW tanks cross river and bring back Chinese prisoners. U.S. engineers build foot bridge. Troops assemble pontoons over river. Meanwhile two engineers meet with an accident and are rescued by troops. They are brought to shore on boat. Troops cross foot bridge and continue over snow covered path.
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