Wrecked Horsa gliders on a field and and a U.S. soldier in a camp wears a camouflaged cloth and gets a haircut in France.
France Date:1944, June 16 Duration:2 min 9 sec Sound:NO SOUND
U.S. soldiers at a camp in France during World War II. Wrecked Horsa gliders on a field and invasion markings on the gliders. U.S. Army Air Force P-47 Thunderbolt aircraft parked on the edge of the field in the background. A gun emplacement in the foreground. A U.S. Army Air Force C-47 Skytrain taxis in the background while towing a U.S. Army Air Force CG-4 Haing glider. Personnel on the field in the foreground. An improvised operations tower and a personnel in the nose of the Horsa glider in the foreground. Wrecked gliders and parked P-47s. A small water tank on a trailer in front of an improvised shower in the nose of the Horsa glider. A soldier takes a shower. The chest of the soldier under shower. He dries himself under a heater. A soldier comes out of the improvised operations room which is in the nose of a glider. A soldier gets a haircut. He wears a camouflage cloth for cover. He is seated between the noses of two wrecked gliders. An operator in the front of the improvised operations tower speaks into a phone. Another soldier gets a haircut in the nose of the Horsa glider. The soldier cutting hair is wearing a medic armband. A wrecked glider. Invasion markings in the foreground. A C-47 taxis in the background towing a CG-4 glider. A P-47 parked on a runway.
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