The U.S. Army Quartermaster Corps with their loads of supplies at times of war overseas and otherwise in the United States.
United States USA Date:1943 Duration:2 min 6 sec Sound:Yes
The United States Army Quartermaster Corps in the United States. Supplies for the Quartermaster Corps like boots, dresses, cigarettes and hardware. A tent encampment. A soldier standing in a wooded region. An officer seated at a table in an office. The flag with the Quartermaster Corps insignia flutters from a pole. U.S. Army soldiers holding guns march in formation. The soldiers eat seated at tables. The Quartermaster Corps unload boxes of supplies during a war overseas. A number of boxes of supplies on a beach. Several Quartermaster Corps unloading boxes from landing crafts on the beach. View of a pair of boots which is one of the necessary equipment. A large number of cabbages in a heap. Pieces of hardware hung on stands on a wall. The boxes of supplies are stacked in a store before distribution. The corps distributed uniforms. Soldiers on tanks moving on a path. The soldiers arrive at landing crafts on a beach. They march in formation. The Women's Army Corps and nurses move in formation. The soldiers march. Ships in a harbor. Supplies at a dock for army and navy requirements.
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