U.S. Army Quartermaster Corps supply program through depots in distribution areas in the United States.
United States USA Date:1943 Duration:2 min 1 sec Sound:Yes
United States Army Quartermaster Corps supply program in the United States. Soldiers holding guns march in formation. The soldiers on a vessel. Tanks firing during a war. The soldiers using supplies procured by the Quartermaster Corps. Supplies in a room. Houses on a hillside. A man and a boy moving with a cattle herd on a road. Damaged buildings in a liberated area. Aerial view of debris and damaged buildings and people in the area, where left over supplies procured by the Quartermaster Corps could come into use for rehabilitation of people. The Quartermaster Corps store the procured supplies in boxes. The corps carry the boxes of supplies for distribution to soldiers. Quartermaster depots located in easily accessible areas near railways and highways. The supplies being wheeled in carts at a depot. Trucks with supplies moving on a road. Aerial view of a depot located in the commercial center of distribution. Workers inside a Quartermaster depot which is classified according to the functions they perform including distribution, reserve and manufacture. A map of the United States shows 15 distribution areas, with a depot each, which have the same boundaries as the procurement districts and which supply ports, camps or stations in that particular area.
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