Trainees are introduced to a training schedule at Fort Irwin in Mojave, California.
Mojave California USA Date:1955 Duration:6 min 20 sec Sound:Yes
The series 'The Big Picture' talks about armored combat training at Fort Irwin and the National Training Center (NTC) in Mojave, California. A rocket is launched. Artillery mounted on a tank is fired. Helicopters land. Soldiers fire guns. Master Sergeant Stewart Queen speaks about 6 weeks armored combat training that includes tank firing and maneuvering. A trainee writes a letter to his parents. The trainees get into buses. The buses are driven to Camp Irwin. Mountains near the training center. A board reads 'Headquarters the armored combat training center Camp Irwin California'. Cars driven on a road. The tanks fire at a firing range. The trainees march. The trainees enter a service hall. Colonel Holmes gives an orientation lecture. The trainees sit and listen. They are taken in trucks to a gunnery range. They jump out of the trucks. They attend a lecture on a training program. The trainees march. The tanks lined up in the background. The trainees are lectured on what not to do near the tanks. Firing from the tanks. The trainees observe. They check oil in the engine of a tank. Wheels of the tanks.
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