U.S. Army soldiers during the first 50 days of the Korean War
Korea Date:1950 Duration:3 min 52 sec Sound:Yes
Narrated feature on experiences of U.S. Army soldiers from 24th Regiment during first 50 days of Korean War. Loading and firing heavy artillery. General Walters and General Dean in a planning meeting together. View of ship port with supplies being loaded for transport to the front, including tanks, jeeps. U.S. Army reinforcement soldiers gathered on vehicles awaiting loading. Loading and unloading ships, over temporary bridges and through shallow water. A Field Artillery Batallion stacking shells, loading shells, and firing heavy artillery. Soldiers communicating on radio from the front. Explosion of a bridge over the Kom River by U.S. Army forces after crossing it. Black smoke rising after explosion. Army truck on fire. Thick smoke in air. Wounded on stretchers being loaded into trucks, unloaded from trucks, and placed into waiting airplane with banner on tail reading "Pacific Division".
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