Wounded of the U.S. 442nd Regimental Combat Team treated during the Rome-Arno Campaign of World War II, in Italy
Italy Date:1944, July 13 Duration:1 min 18 sec Sound:NO SOUND
U.S. corpsmen at 3rd Battalion Aid station attend to a wounded soldier of the 34th Infantry Division's 442nd Regimental Combat Team (comprising U.S. soldiers of Japanese ancestry) in the Italian Rome-Arno Campaign during World War 2. They carry him from a jeep into a field hospital, where they check an information tag on his uniform. View of his bandaged left foot. Medics attend another wounded solder and bandage his wrist before moving him on his stretcher into the building. Two corpsmen lift a wounded soldier, in sitting position, into a field ambulance, which then drives away. (Note: the opening slate refers to Lt. Frank Morang, 196th Signal Photo Company, who reportedly received a field commission for his outstanding work in the North African, Sicilian and Italian Campaigns.)
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