U.S.Army Signal Corps and Engineer Corps activities during Korean War
Korea Date:1951 Duration:3 min 14 sec Sound:Yes
U.S. Combat Team during the war in Korea. Focus on Signal Corps and Engineer Corps activities. Soldiers observe the readings of radar mounted on a truck and talk over the radio reporting incoming mortar information, while other soldiers plot return fire to the enemy mortar positions. Signal Corps soldiers work to run communication wires using different techniques: by hand, using planes, and using mules. Soldier holds boxes of carrier pigeons and places them in the jeep. Soldier in camp writing message on paper. Soldier ties a message onto a carrier pigeon's foot and releases the pigeon to deliver the message. Pigeon in flight. Soldier at a different base removing message from foot of pigeon. Mortar team firing on enemy positions. Army engineer corps drilling through mountains, placing dynamite charges, and blasting mountains. Bulldozer making road. Trucks moving along the roads. Welder repairing a bridge. Soldiers with a mine detecting device search for land mines and disable them.
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