U.S. soldiers are treated for exposure to mustard gas and lewisite gas in the United States.
United States USA Date:1942 Duration:4 min 55 sec Sound:Yes
A chemical warfare training film based on U.S.soldiers being treated for exposure to various gases during a war. Soldiers arrive at nearby battalion aid station in the United States after facing a mustard gas attack. Medics help the soldiers to remove contaminated uniform. A protective ointment is rubbed over the body of a soldier who is wearing a mask. A soldier washes his face. Another soldier is drying himself. Sodium bicarbonate solution is used as a mouth and eye rinse. An exiting soldier is checked out for his serial number, organization, type and extent of injury. A soldier on a litter is removed. All contaminated clothing is segregated and burned. A lewisite burst in a jungle. Lewisite remains on foliage in the jungle through which a soldier passes. The soldier removes his uniform after coming in contact with lewisite. The lewisite victim is bathed in hydrogen peroxide. A soldier is checked out to the rear after cleansing.
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