An Army personnel officer looks at the qualification record of a soldier during World War 1 recruiting efforts in America
Washington DC USA Date:1917 Duration:1 min 17 sec Sound:NO SOUND
A United States Army officer in the office of the Provost Marshal General, Washington DC, reviews Qualification Record cards received from millions of American men, in response to a U.S. Government questionnaire about military service in World War I. The personnel officer at a desk at the army personnel office. He takes out a qualification record from a drawer. The officer looks at the qualification record of John Thompson from Cleveland, Ohio. He turns around the card and notes down some information. Fingerprinting of a soldier is shown, for inclusion in the man's personnel record. A completed finger print sheet is displayed.
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