Training of coast guards for port security job in the United States.
United States USA Date:1945 Duration:2 min 50 sec Sound:Yes
Domestic activities of the United States Coast Guard in the United States during World War II. Smoke from the stacks of a ship. A sign outside a building reads: United States Coast Guard Barge Office'. Coast guardsmen are trained at the office. An officer instructs and trains them. They are trained for port security job. They study sabotage detection. A ship docked in a harbor. Men load supplies onto the ship. They are trained for handling explosives, gasoline and ammunition. Specially trained men load the explosives. A sign on the ship reads: 'No Smoking fire is sabotage'. The coast guards battle a ship fire. They throw water from hoses to control the fire.
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