A dramatization shows a Sergeant counseling a young son of a farm worker about his military services in Iowa, United States.
Ottumwa Iowa USA Date:1958 Duration:6 min 13 sec Sound:Yes
"The Big Picture" U.S. Army production with Master Sergeant Stuart Queen, about the spreading threats of communism versus the American way of life in United States. The U.S. Capitol, the Washington Monument, and the Jefferson Memorial are shown. A U.S. Military officer explains the importance of liberty and freedom, taking examples from the town of Ottumwa, Iowa. Images of various communist leaders across the world addressing assemblies of people. American civilians of all age groups in OIttumwa, Iowa. A Sergeant Wallace Bacon drives his car away from the Federal Building in Ottumwa to visit a home. Views of the town of Ottumwa during his drive, including the Hotel Ottumwa and the Tom Tom Tap. A woman welcomes the Sergeant. The Sergeant drives to her son and a young man rides horse in fields. The Sergeant counsels him about his military service. The boy with his herd of sheep. He sits in his truck and drives on to sell his agricultural products along with his father.
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