The U.S. Army IX Corps soldiers operating anti-aircraft guns at a desert training center in the United States during WWII.
United States USA Date:1943 Duration:2 min 24 sec Sound:NO SOUND
U.S. Army IX Corps maneuvers at the desert training center in United States during World War II. A hospital flag outside an open tent hospital in a field. A patient taking treatment inside the tent. Rail tank cars on a rail siding. Several gasoline cans stand beside the cars. Soldiers unload the refrigerator car. The soldiers operate the U.S. 75 mm anti-aircraft guns. A U.S. fighter aircraft. In a pan area the gasoline cans being camouflaged by bushes. A ponton bridge. A military truck passes over the bridge. Soldiers guard the bridge with a machine gun.
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