Personnel load supplies on trucks which are delivered to an airfield and aircraft take off in the European Theater.
European Theater Date:1944 Duration:3 min 13 sec Sound:Yes
Role of Air Service Command in keeping remote air force landing strips supplied in the European Theater during World War II. Air Service Command personnel uncover camouflaged bombs. A truck drives and stops. Personnel load bombs on the trailer of the truck. The truck loaded with bombs drives away. Drums are loaded on a truck. Medical supplies, ammunition, parachutes, food, sugar, potatoes and various crates of supplies to be loaded. A personnel stands guard. A convoy of trucks drives through an open field. A dust cloud rises. A personnel standing beside artillery. The trucks cross a water stream. The personnel moves the position of artillery. The trucks deliver tons of supplies at an airfield. Aircraft parked at the airfield. An aircraft takes off. The aircraft in a formation flight. The convoy of trucks is driven away after delivering the supplies.
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