Activities of Regimental Unit in U.S. Army Combat Team during Korean War
Korea Date:1951 Duration:2 min 50 sec Sound:Yes
Regimental Unit of Eighth United States Army during the Korean War. Trucks of a Regimental Unit passing along roads. Two officers looking field maps and conversing. Soldiers walk in line followed by army tanks on the road side. Tanks cross streams. Artillery and mortars seen firing on targets. Officers standing in front of maps and discussing tactics. View of General Matthew Ridgway consulting maps with other officers and then boarding a small airplane. Armored Task Force Team activities: One soldier technician stands near the radar at an army truck while others work inside the truck. Soldiers seen in a bunker, looking through a device that detects location of hostile fire. Soldiers place microphones in the ground, to detect enemy activity. They run cables away from the microphones. Two soldiers look at a paper and talk over radio, reporting information learned from the microphones. Soldiers release a hydrogen balloon carrying a radiosonde device for measuring atmospheric conditions, such as wind, humidity and pressure. Technician seated beside a radio receiving device recording weather readings.
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