U.S. Army Infantry in action. Taking prisoners. Negotiating a truce. Operating a tactical nuclear weapon atomic cannon.
United States USA Date:1953 Duration:4 min 7 sec Sound:Yes
U.S. Army troops moving through an enemy town on foot and in vehicles and tanks. U.S. Army infantry taking prisoners during the Korean War. A sign at Prison camp reads: "POW Camp #1, Utilities, Carpenter Shop." American troops process prisoners of war. Each is registered and given a POW identification to be worn at all times. Korean truce being signed at Panmunjom, in 1953. Amphibious assault forces underway at sea and troops wading ashore. A field headquarters in combat zone, where U.S. Army commanders are being briefed by an Intelligence (G2) officer. U.S. Army troops in camouflaged positions. U.S. tanks firing their guns and moving in a line. U.S. Army atomic cannon or nuclear cannon (e.g., M65 or Atomic Annie) firing tactical nuclear explosive shells. Various sized atomic bomb or nuclear bomb explosions from the shells. Army technician monitoring radiation readings on a tank exposed to tactical nuclear weapon effects. An airman hosing down an airplane exposed to radioactivity.
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