Officers inspect a blue jacket platoon and order it to perform drills in the United States.
United States USA Date:1944, November Duration:6 min 46 sec Sound:NO SOUND
A film titled 'Personnel Inspection of Field Photographic Branch' on inspection of a platoon in the United States. U.S. soldiers stand at attention in a building. Chief Warrant Officer (CWO) Jack Pennick, personnel officer, lines up a blue jacket platoon for an inspection. The officer inspects the platoon. Lieutenant E.R. Kellogg takes the salute of Lt. John English, division officer, and the inspection party forms. After the officers have been inspected, Lt. Kellogg and his party turn to Chief Petty Officer Ralph Densmore, skipper for his squad of chiefs. The officers inspect men standing at attention. Men take off their hats for haircut inspection and replace them when ordered. The chiefs are dismissed and CWO Pennick puts the men through some drills. The Army and Marine Corps soldiers fall out and the U.S. Navy sailors give a demonstration of close order drill.
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