Soldiers, equipment, airplanes, training centers, commanders and others forming the organization of the United States Army.
United States USA Date:1942 Duration:4 min 30 sec Sound:Yes
Organization of the United States Army. Soldiers march and salute the U.S. National Flag. A tank factory with workers. Soldiers aboard a navy ship. Gallantry awards given. Selection of soldiers for the U.S. Army. Infantrymen and artillerymen fighting in a battle. Generals and Chiefs of Army staff at a discussion and facing the globe in U.S. Capitol. Animated flowchart showing various levels of service and departments in the U.S. Army. Secretary of War is the Supreme Commander, followed by Chief of Staff and a Deputy Chief; general staff succeeds the hierarchy. Operations division has three major constituents: - Strategy and Policy group, Theater Group and the Logistic group. Nine theaters of operations are shown on globe. Military officials at work. Letters of soldiers transported in a plane. Commanders discuss, training to ground, air and navy soldiers. Soldiers read map. Trucks ready to supply equipment at war front. Four groups of general staff, G-1, G-2, G-3 and G-4 are there to look after various departments such as induction, promotion, information, policy, mobilization, size, conflicts, transport and supply.
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