Review of U.S. Army Combat Team operations during the Korean War
Korea Date:1951 Duration:6 min 45 sec Sound:Yes
Operation of a U.S. Army Combat Team from the Eighth United States Army (EUSA) during the Korean War. Infantry soldiers walk through rocky mountains carrying guns. Soldiers look through binoculars at observation posts and relay targeting information to artillery. U.S. Army artillery firing on enemy positions. Infantry dug in on a trench line. Army observation plane in the sky scouting out target sites. Views of artillery being loaded, aimed, and fired. Tanks and infantry on the move together as an Armored Infantry Unit. Narrator discusses relationship between infantry troops and tanks and how they work together as a team. Mortar units aiming and firing. At an airfield, weapons are loaded onto planes including P-51 Mustangs and jets. Planes being fueled. 5 inch rockets and 50 caliber machine guns are loaded, along with Napalm and demolition bombs. View of pilots in combat briefing and then exiting briefing to fly mission. P-51 Mustangs taking off from airfield. Mustang fighters in the air and views of Mustangs firing on enemy positions with guns and bombs. Air-Ground Liaison Team shown in a jeep on the ground providing targeting information to planes via radio.
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