Old men voluntarily guard docks and ships for the United States Coast Guard in the United States.
United States USA Date:1944 Duration:5 min 27 sec Sound:Yes
'So's Your Old Man' depicts activities of older men in the United States Coast Guard during World War II. Recruitment of old men in coast guard service. A doctor examines an old man. The man seated with his wife in his house listening to a radio. He arrives at a building. 'US Coast Guard Volunteer Security Force' written on the top of a cabin. The man talks to other man seated in the cabin. Training being given to the men. They march. Buildings along a side. The men seated in a class room. An officer explains a model to them. They practice drilling. They hit target boards with pistols. The men in coast guard uniforms stand in formation. An officer reviews them. Auxiliary Coast Guard patrol vessels. Men guard Liberty ships and warehouses. Women give them coffee and dough nuts.
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