24th Infantry Regiment being disbanded during Korean War.
United States USA Date:1951, October 1 Duration:3 min 17 sec Sound:NO SOUND
A camp of the U.S. 24th Infantry Regiment in Korea. A sign identifying the unit stands near a command communications truck. The Regiment is drawn up in formation. A major reads orders received. The Colonel commanding the Regiment issues orders to its officers. The United States flag is furled and placed in a case, as are the Regimental colors. Color guard marches with furled and cased colors while troops present arms. The Regiment marches away. View of the command communications truck and Regiment sign, with American and Regimental flags beside it.
Scenes of unit tents and canvas being loaded into truck, and equipment being sorted and arranged in piles for salvage. Large quantity of personal gear, like mess kits, etc. being discarded. Regimental cooking equipment being sorted and inventoried. Unit lanterns set aside. Rifles are being wiped down and piled for salvage.
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