The U.S. Army IX Corps soldiers at various ordnance depots in the United States during World War II.
United States USA Date:1943 Duration:1 min 34 sec Sound:NO SOUND
U.S. Army IX Corps maneuvers at the desert training center in United States during World War II. Food cartons piled on the loading platform. The soldiers load them onto the military trucks. A soldier cleans the rail car. A board depicts headquarters regulation station D.T.C. at Colton regulating station. A few buildings in the background. Soldiers stand near a board which shows the parking position of tanks and trucks. A soldier marks the parking position with paint. A military tanker. Fontana am depot : A freight car in a desert terrain. Pomona Ordnance depot : Military tanks along with jeeps and trucks at the depot.
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