A soldier sounds alert after observing enemy aircraft in flight over an area during World War II.
United States USA Date:1943 Duration:4 min 54 sec Sound:Yes
A training film titled 'Baptism of Fire' about the enemy air attacks during World War II. Enactment shows an American soldier in a jungle as he looks up at sky towards enemy aircraft in flight. The soldier reports to the command post over a field phone. The officers at the post sound an air raid alert. The soldier looks at the aircraft as they pass by the area and reports about all clear to the command post. The soldiers look up at the sky and talk about an enemy air attack. A sergeant asks for help from the soldiers. The soldiers push an ambulance out of a ditch. The sergeant checks the patients inside the ambulance. One of the soldiers named Jim sees his old friend in the ambulance. The injured friend with bandage on his eyes speaks to Jim. The sergeant informs Jim that his friend has gone blind.
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