Workers and employees of the U.S. Army Signal Corps work with great care in the United States during World War 2.
United States USA Date:1942 Duration:2 min 57 sec Sound:Yes
The work done and precautions maintained in the U.S. Army Signal Corps to avoid mistakes that can be costly to American troops in the war effort. A woman works in an office. A paper drops from her desk which may contain important information. Soldiers in a field. A woman puts a file in a drawer. A screw is tightened on an equipment. A man works on a blueprint. A woman types on a type writer. A man welds some equipment. A fork lift lifts packets and stores. Logistics loaded on a ship. It supplies logistics to different units. Soldiers board a ship and wave from the deck. A landing craft on a beach. Soldiers run on the beach. Insignia of the Signal Corps.
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