U.S. soldiers learn firing techniques, practice proper stance with mirrors and attend classes at a secret camp, United States.
United States Date:1942 Duration:1 min 24 sec Sound:Yes
A documentary shows a training program of U.S. hand picked volunteer soldiers in a secret training camp for guerrilla warfare during World War II. The students learn firing techniques. An OSS (Office of Strategic Services) officer instructs them. The U.S. troops wearing a mask stand in front of the target. The officer fires at the target without hitting the troops. The troops one by one practice proper stance with mirrors. The officer corrects the positions. A classroom where students take courses in enemy propaganda, principles of demolition, photography, and fundamentals of cross-country reconnaissance.
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