U.S. Army soldiers destroy 240 mm projectiles by burning them in an open field in the United States.
United States USA Date:1959 Duration:3 min 19 sec Sound:NO SOUND
U.S. Army soldiers prepare to destroy 240 mm projectiles in the United States. Piles of wooden cartons lying on the ground. Piles of 240 mm projectile. A soldier opens the top of the 240 mm projectile. He takes out the battery. The soldier picks the projectile and places it on the ground along with other projectiles. Another soldier covers the projectiles lying on ground with dry grass and dry wood. A soldier burns them. A soldier standing on a check post. Two soldiers discussing a map. Some soldiers clearing the ground. A bulldozer in the background. Three soldiers stand near a pile of wooden cartons. A printing machine. A group of soldiers at a meeting. A soldier hold an ordinance safety manual. Ammunition burning on an open ground. A box of ammunition burning with huge flames.
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