A film based on chemical warfare arsenals in the United States and various Chemical Companies of the U.S. Army during World War II. U.S. Army officers walk out of a building at the Edgewood Arsenal in Maryland. Training for U.S. Army officers and enlisted men in the Chemical Warfare Service schools at the Edgewood Arsenal. An explosion as a part of a test. An instructor puts on a gas mask. Officers attend classes. U.S. Army officers enter a chemical warfare board and stand around an officer seated holding a chemical warfare equipment to be sent for future developments. A flame thrower is tested by men. Men work in a Training Aid Station at the Edgewood Arsenal. Personnel supervise making of film strips at the Training Aid Station. U.S. Army Chemical Battalion soldiers march along a road. Gun crews fire mortars. Chemical Air Operations Companies assigned to the U.S. Army Air Force work at an air base. A Smoke Generator Company and a Chemical Field Processing Company. Use of smoke screens in World War II by the U.S.
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