Negro soldiers of the U.S. Army and Army Air Force in training and receiving commissions during World War 2.
United States USA Date:1945 Duration:2 min 43 sec Sound:Yes
Activities of U.S. Negro soldiers in training during World War II. Negro soldiers go through an obstacle course. A flag flutters from a flag pole. The soldiers seated on the ground praying during a religious church service. Official on a platform. Officer addresses them, speaking about education statistics for those in the military during World War 2 versus World War 1. He speaks of Officer Candidate School. Negro soldiers seen in OCS and West Point U.S. Army academy graduation ceremonies. Negro soldiers receiving commissions. A woman reads a letter written by a soldier to his parents. A man speak about U.S. soldiers. Tuskegee Airmen of the Army Air Force stand near airplanes and are recognized for completing training. An official decorates them. They board airplanes and the airplanes take off. The airplanes fly in formation. A negro pilot in the cockpit of an airplane.
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