Half-tracks advance on rough terrain and troops fire AA guns mounted on the half-tracks in the United States.
United States USA Date:1943 Duration:4 min 45 sec Sound:Yes
A training film shows half-tracks traveling on roads and over rough terrain. It also shows the assignment that half-tracks can perform well, such as guarding bivouac areas and bridges in the United States during World War II. The U.S. soldiers run and get into the half-track stationary on the field. A convoy of half-track rolls down on a dirt road. The convoy moves on a high way. The troops aboard the half truck rolls down the rough terrain. Insignia of the U.S. on the half-tracks. The half-tracks advance on the rough terrain. They move through mud and slush. The half-tracks drive on a road. They cross a bridge. A half-track stops. The troops look at the sky. Other moving in the background. The half-tracks advance. Another half-track stops and soldier fires anti aircraft (AA) gun mounted on half-track in air. The half-track advance. The half-tracks lined up and troops firing AA guns in the sky. The troops fire the guns. Several views explosions on the ground due to firing. An aircraft in flight. A gunners aims at the target. White circle shows the target. The troops fire AA gun mounted on M15 and M16 half-tracks. A view of the soldiers firing gun in the sky.
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