The importance of different communication means in the U.S. Army and during war.
United States USA Date:1943 Duration:3 min 40 sec Sound:Yes
'Your Job in the Signal Corps' about the importance of communication lines in the army and during war. A board on the door of the office of a Major General. U.S. Major General H. G. Ingles, Chief Signal Officer speaks about the U.S. Army Signal Corps and their role in all the three divisions of army. Tanks in a field. Mechanized units in a field during a war. The troops communicate from the field. Air craft fly and bomb. Artillery is fired. A soldier reads a map and talks over a phone. Guns on a ship fired. A boat lands on a beach. Troops walk in a jungle. They use telegraphs and telephones for communication. Carrier Pigeons and rockets are also used to stay in touch.
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