U.S. gun crew fires artillery in Kimpo Airfield near Seoul, Korea.
Seoul Korea Date:1952 Duration:1 min 39 sec Sound:NO SOUND
US soldiers fire artillery shells in Kimpo Airfield in Seoul, Korea during the Korean War. The back gate of Kimpo Air Force Base. 5th AAF sign at the gate and MP (Military Police) on duty at the guard shack. . A truck loaded with artillery shells pulls out of the air base. Two ground soldiers unload the artillery shells. They remove the protective casing from around the shells. Corporal Bud Meyers and Corporal Jack Courtney unload the ammunition from the truck. PFC (Private First Class) Jack W. Brown fuses the artillery shells prior to firing. The soldiers pass the artillery up to the gun crew. The gun crew fires three times rapid fire. United States Air Force Colonel Markey stands nearby and watches the firing operations.
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