U.S. army 24th Division forces in South Korea during first 40 days of Korean War
South Korea Date:1950, July Duration:5 min 45 sec Sound:Yes
U.S. soldiers from the Eighth Army 24th Division during the Korean War in South Korea. Soldiers dig foxholes. Several soldiers walk in a line, reading newspapers and relaxing. Soldiers gathered at a worship service, reading and praying. Officers plotting positions on a map. Views of bridges and roads destroyed to prevent enemy advance. Laying barbed wire. Tanks firing on mountain targets. Reinforcements arrive in trucks. Soldiers climb hills, walk through fields and attack enemy targets with guns, machine guns, and artillery. Establishing Pusan perimeter. Smoke clouds at the hill tops followed with explosion sound in background. Wounded soldiers getting aid and being carried by fellow soldiers. Captain Carl Zimmerman, host of show, speaking to camera after scenes from Korea conclude. He previews next show of "The Big Picture."
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