Demonstration of how and when U.S. military instructor should select and present training films to troops, United States.
United States USA Date:1943 Duration:4 min 27 sec Sound:Yes
Film based on advantages and procedures of using U.S. Army training films. A U.S. military instructor reads from Field Manual 21-7 which contains list of several training films and their brief descriptions. Instructor makes notes at his desk. Instructor makes a phone call and screens a film, he selected. He makes notes while watching the film. Instructor speaks to a group of men seated in class who are to watch the training film. He outlines the significant points of the film. Men watch the film as general introduction of subject. It is explained why and the how the film is reviewed. Men at work carry out actual procedures they were shown in the film. It is explained when not to show the training film to troops. Troops march through heavy mud. Tired soldiers yawn. A soldier takes a nap while watching a film. An instructor in a training class. Trained troops march on a field.
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