U.S. army personnel work on gasoline tank and pipeline pump in North Africa during World War 2
North Africa Date:1943, August 25 Duration:1 min 33 sec Sound:NO SOUND
U.S. army personnel work on a fuel tank and pipeline pump in North Africa during World War II. A 5000 barrel tank with two pipelines in the foreground. Pvt. (Private) Harold L. Schenkel of Huntington, Indiana climbs ladder to tank top. Schenkel climbs over edge of ladder and walks towards other side. He opens large cap, unwinds steel tape down into a tank, and takes measurement. He rewinds tape, closes cap and walks away. Operator walks past gasoline pipeline pump and inspects shut-off valves. U.S. Army Air Forces B-26 Marauder bombers fly overhead.
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