Signal Servicemen undergo sonic deception training at Army Experimental Station in United States.
Great Bend New York USA Date:1945 Duration:13 min 44 sec Sound:Yes
Army Experimental Station at Pine Camp, located in Great Bend, New York, United States. Signal Servicemen check recording instruments and play sound deception records at Army Experimental Station. Signal Corps Sonic Company soldiers (sometimes referred to as the Ghost Army) stand in review in front of tanks and trucks. U.S. Army officers reviews them. Animated diagram shows Company headquarters and Administrative Platoon. U.S. Army servicemen skilled in sonic deception and decoy sound in World War 2 are seen recording the sound of tanks and other armored vehicles. Officials check graphs at the headquarters. Board reads AES School. Instructor takes a class in a classroom at AES School. Servicemen undergo training at the test Station. A group of students operates the sound amplifier. German headquarters shown on an animated map. Animation shows various tanks sending out sounds to the German enemy as decoy to disguise and mislead the enemy regarding actual troop movements.
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