U.S. troops demonstrates the working of M-16 and M15 half-tracks in the United States.
United States USA Date:1943 Duration:4 min 53 sec Sound:Yes
A training film titled 'Self Propelled Anti Aircraft Automatic Weapons' describes the M13, M15 and M16 half-tracks and demonstrates the activities of crews in the United States during World War II. A view of the field and buildings in the foreground. Shadows of the aircraft in flight. A convoy of half-tracks drives on a road. A U.S. soldier takes out his gun and fires in sky. The soldiers get off from a vehicle. Two soldiers firing anti aircraft (AA) gun mounted on half-track. The soldiers move in different areas. The soldiers fire with the AA guns on the aircraft in flight. A soldier hides behind a rock. The soldiers fire guns in the sky. A gun set on a truck. The truck drives on a dirt road and soldiers fire gun. Testing of twin 50 guns on half-track. A soldier testing the gun. The soldier firing gun mounted on M13 half-track. The soldiers firing gun mounted on M15 half-track. M16 half-track drives on a rough terrain. The soldiers on the M16 half-track. The half-track advancing on the rough terrain. The troops seated in the bucket. The troops fire AA gun mounted on M16 half-track. The troops firing gun in sky. The working of M13 half-track. AA gun mounted on M13 half-track. The troop seated at controls. He moves the handle back and forth. The guns move according to the movement on the handle. The hands of the soldier on the handle. He presses the trigger. A gas engine. The troop looks at the target with the eyepiece. The circle shows the target. The power turrets. The working of M15 half-track. The troops around the AA gun mounted on half-track. A troops operates the guns with hands. The gun moves as it is operated by the troop.
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