U.S. soldiers demonstrate a mobile laundry developed by Quartermaster Corps for the troops in field. A mobile laundry truck passes through a forest in Maryland, United States. It is parked near a pond. Two soldiers put a landing gear on the ground so that a container may rest on it. Two soldiers set the corner stand jack. The trailer is uncoupled and the prime mover is camouflaged under a tree. Four soldiers set up the laundry machine. The soldiers connect a pipe from the machine to the pond. Two soldiers setting up a water pump. The soldiers unloading laundry from a truck. A soldier puts on the washing machine. A soldiers loads the machine with clothes. A soldier takes out the clothes from the centrifugal drier. Two soldiers take out dry clean cloths. Some soldiers pack the clean cloths. A truck filled with the clean clothes leaves.
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