New recruits, for the Civilian Conservation Corps, commence training at Army Camp.
United States USA Date:1935 Duration:3 min 7 sec Sound:Yes
New Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) recruits from urban areas are examined by doctors at Army processing center.Men stand on city sidewalk, with their luggage, waiting for bus to take them to the CCC processing center. One man stands in front of a large tent. Several men in civilian clothes, with luggage, line up at a discharge office, after completing their term of service. Army supervisor reads from a list as recruits respond by raising their hands.
Recruits run from their tents, carrying their mess gear, as mess call is sounded. Recruits walk through a mess line and receive hot food. They sit and eat at large tables in a mess hall. Recruits are issued blankets, clothing, and personal items from Army quartermasters. Scenes of recruits making beds. A cot with a recruits belongings laid out upon it. Several recruits pose in their civilian clothes, and then in their uniforms. CCC men march, carrying shovels, and commence work on a construction project. Men, with wheelbarrows, work on the project.
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